P. Kovács

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The delivery of 3D immersive entertainment to the home remains a highly challenging problem due to the large amount of data involved. As the number of high quality 3D views provided to users increases, current video delivery systems (e.g. terrestrial broadcast) will struggle to meet the demanding requirements for many 3D home entertainment systems. DIOMEDES(More)
Previous studies have found that the amplitude of the early event-related potential (ERP) components evoked by faces, such as N170 and P2, changes systematically as a function of noise added to the stimuli. This change has been linked to an increased perceptual processing demand and to enhanced difficulty in perceptual decision making about faces. However,(More)
In recent years, several functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies showed that correct stimulus predictions reduce the neural responses when compared to surprising events (Egner et al., 2010). Further, it has been shown that such fulfilled expectations enhance the magnitude of repetition suppression (RS, i.e. a decreased neuronal response after(More)
Aiming devices enable the use of neuronavigation systems for rigid instrument guidance mimicking the possibilities of a frame-based system without having a stereotactic frame affixed to the skull. The aim of the presented work was to investigate the phantom targeting accuracy of the Vertek aiming device (Medtronic Inc., Louisville, USA) and whether it can(More)
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