A feasibility study on SSVEP-based interaction with motivating and immersive virtual and augmented reality

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Non-invasive steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP) based brain-computer interface (BCI) systems offer high bandwidth compared to other BCI types and require only minimal calibration and training. Virtual reality (VR) has been already validated as effective, safe, affordable and motivating feedback modality for BCI experiments. Augmented reality (AR… (More)

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@article{Faller2010AFS, title={A feasibility study on SSVEP-based interaction with motivating and immersive virtual and augmented reality}, author={Josef Faller and Brendan Z. Allison and Clemens Brunner and Reinhold Scherer and Dieter Schmalstieg and Gert Pfurtscheller and Christa Neuper}, journal={CoRR}, year={2010}, volume={abs/1701.03981} }