Real-time fNIRS Brain Input for Enhancing Interactive Systems.Solovey, Erin.
Abstract: Most human-computer interaction (HCI) techniques cannot fully capture the richness of the user's thoughts and intentions when interacting with a computer system. For example, when we communicate with other people, we do not simply use words, but also accompanying cues that give the other person additional insight to our thoughts. At the same time, several physiological changes occur that... read more
- Tufts University. Department of Computer Science.
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