Brain Computer Interfaces

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: This project is looking at the difference between training using physical objects (Lego Robot) vs the virtual object on screen.
: This project is looking at the difference between training using physical objects (Lego Robot) vs the virtual object on screen.
: [Signup sheet] coming soon
: [Signup sheet] coming soon
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:[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ykweo2WKALbX_rRO115rSCJe0cqm8rZPomK_ZGbZTyk/edit?hl=en&authkey=CLGaueoF#[Informed Consent Form]]
; [[EEG and Games Feedback]]
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Revision as of 15:14, 10 February 2011

The interface between the computer and humans in generally mediated thought a physical device. We have to move our muscles to make the computer respond. Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) use signals directly from the brain to interact with a computer.

Projects

We currently have 2 Masters Theses working with BCI and Games. There is also the potential to use the EEG devices we have for colour research and for biometric security.

EEG and Brain Wave Training
This project is looking at the difference between training using physical objects (Lego Robot) vs the virtual object on screen.
[Signup sheet] coming soon
[Informed Consent Form]
EEG and Games Feedback
This project links EEG to in game feedback to passively train attention and focus.
Signup sheet coming soon

Reading List

Thesis on Affecting Ludology

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