Brain-Computer Interaction: Can Multimodality Help?


Nijholt, Anton and Allison, Brendan Z. and Jacobs, Robert J.K. (2011) Brain-Computer Interaction: Can Multimodality Help? In: 13th International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces, ICMI 2011, 14-18 November 2011, Alicante, Spain (pp. pp. 35-39).

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Abstract:This paper is a short introduction to a special ICMI session on brain-computer interaction. During this paper, we first discuss problems, solutions, and a five-year view for brain-computer interaction. We then talk further about unique issues with multimodal and hybrid brain-computer interfaces, which could help address many current challenges. This paper presents some potentially controversial views, which will hopefully inspire discussion about the different views on brain-computer interfacing, how to embed brain-computer interfacing in a multimodal and multi-party context, and, more generally, how to look at brain-computer interfacing from an ambient intelligence point of view.
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