Collaborative Filtering for Brain-Computer Interaction with BCI

Source: psychology.unt.edu

In the CNS lab (UNT), brain-computer interfaces (BCIs; click here for example) allow for communication between a user’s brain and a given simulation (e.g., virtual worlds; adaptive virtual environments; video games). The BCIs are being applied in rehabilitation/training, neuropsychological assessment, and social cognitive neuroscience projects. Existing research in BCI applications includes two primary areas:

 

Read more here: http://psychology.unt.edu/cns-lab-parsons/research/brain-computer-interfaces

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