Games and Brain-Computer Interfaces: The State of the Art


Reuderink, Boris (2008) Games and Brain-Computer Interfaces: The State of the Art. [Report]

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Abstract:BCI gaming is a very young field; most games are proof-of-concepts. Work that compares BCIs in a game environments with traditional BCIs indicates no negative effects, or even a positive effect of the rich visual environments on the performance. The low transfer-rate of current games poses a problem for control of a game. This is often solved by changing the goal of the game. Multi-modal input with BCI forms an promising solution, as does assigning more meaningful functionality to BCI control.
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