Nicholas Catoni

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High-frequency oscillations (HFOs) are an intriguing potential biomarker for epilepsy, typically categorized according to peak frequency as either ripples (100-250 Hz) or fast ripples (>250 Hz). In the hippocampus, fast ripples were originally thought to be more specific to epileptic tissue, but it is still very di cult to distinguish which HFOs are caused(More)
We present our study of navigational decision-making in immersive virtual reality and the results we found. Most users are not accustomed to the experience of virtual reality, and we found in our experiment that a significant number of participants reported feeling motion sickness to the point that they could not continue and had to quit around 48 trials.(More)
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