Development of a Game with a Purpose for Acquisition of Brain-Computer Interface Data

30 Sep 2019 Rexwinkle Joe T. Lieberman Gregory Jaswa Matthew Lance Brent J.

Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) have the potential to significantly change the ways in which humans interact with technology, the environment, and even each other. Unfortunately, BCI technologies are seldom robust enough for use in real-world applications, in part due to the large amount of data that must be collected, processed, and classified in order to develop models of task-related neural activity that account for two of the most important and least-understood drivers of BCI illiteracy: individual differences in neural signals and intra-individual differences across interdependent, time-varying neural states... (read more)

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  • HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION