Brain-computer interfacing: the future of video games? Communication activity in the brain goes with changes in electrical activity (voltage differences) and oxygen flow. These changes can be measured and located: that makes it possible to translate them to appropriate commands to devices, robots or avatars, or to control a cursor on a laptop screen. Dedicated mainly to the medical domain in the past, brain-computer interfacing (BCI) applications are nowadays introduced for the general population in artistic, entertainment, and domestic domains. Some projects such as OpenViBE2 focused on the applications of BCIs in video games.
|Translated title of the contribution||Brain-computer interfacing: the future of video games?|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
- Brain-Computer Interfacing
- Brain waves
- Video games
- EEG headsets