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EEG-based navigation of immersing virtual environment using common spatial patterns

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3 Author(s)
Fujisawa, J. ; Tokyo Univ., Tokyo ; Touyama, H. ; Hirose, M.

In this paper, the technology of non-invasive brain-computer interfacing (BCI) in immersing virtual environment was focused for navigation with no subject training. The common spatial patterns were for the first time applied to EEG-based BCI system in CAVE with five-screen configuration. The interfacing system was based on two brain states of left and right hand phantom movements. It was suggested that the navigation could be demonstrated with no subject training in immersing virtual environment.

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Virtual Reality Conference, 2008. VR '08. IEEE

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8-12 March 2008