Classification of Fast Imagined Motion Responses for a Human-Computer Interface


Introduction Visual motion is one of the most common stimuli in everyday life. While "smooth" motion (SM) perception is the visual processing of natural, gradually-moving objects, "apparent" motion (AM) corresponds to a series of occluded or discrete images shown in rapid sequence [1], for example on a cinema screen. Although both types of stimuli are perceived similarly as motion under proper conditions, some of the early (40-100ms) pathways the cortex uses to process them may be different. We hypothesized that subjects would be able to voluntarily modify their perception about the particular type of motion that they are experiencing, thus altering the electrical potentials on the surface of the head.

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@inproceedings{Bakardjian2010ClassificationOF, title={Classification of Fast Imagined Motion Responses for a Human-Computer Interface}, author={Hovagim Bakardjian and Andrzej Cichocki}, year={2010} }