EEG-based neuroergonomics for 3D user interfaces: opportunities and challenges


Check out this great paper by Jeremy Frey,  Martin Hachet, and Fabien Lotte, on the opportunities and challenges of EEG based neuroergonomics for 3D user interfaces.


“The appearance of a community-driven initiative such as OpenBCI is a step toward the dissemination of EEG devices. It is open-hardware, the firmware and the proposed software suite are open-source, it is nearly a hundred times cheaper than the traditional equipment found in the laboratory, and both the form-factor design and the proposed 3D printable headset oversaw many possible uses.”


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