A comparison study of visually stimulated brain-computer and eye-tracking interfaces.

@article{Suefusa2017ACS,
  title={A comparison study of visually stimulated brain-computer and eye-tracking interfaces.},
  author={Kaori Suefusa and Toshihisa Tanaka},
  journal={Journal of neural engineering},
  year={2017},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={
          036009
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Brain-computer interfacing (BCI) based on visual stimuli detects the target on a screen on which a user is focusing. The detection of the gazing target can be achieved by tracking gaze positions with a video camera, which is called eye-tracking or eye-tracking interfaces (ETIs). The two types of interface have been developed in different communities. Thus, little work on a comprehensive comparison between these two types of interface has been reported. This paper quantitatively… CONTINUE READING
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