Nataliya Kosmyna

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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)
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)
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