Nataliya Kosmyna

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This study evaluates the usability and efficiency of three multimodal combinations of Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) and Eye-tracking in the context of a simple puzzle game involving tile selections and rotations. Results indicate that although BCI interaction raises interest is still very tiring and imprecise. However, BCI based on SSVEP are efficient in(More)
Smart homes have been an active area of research, however despite considerable investment, they are not yet a reality for end-users. Moreover, there are still accessibility challenges for the elderly or the disabled, two of the main potential targets for home automation. In this exploratory study we design a control mechanism for smart homes based on Brain(More)
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