Electrophysiologically Interactive Computer Systems

@article{Allanson2002ElectrophysiologicallyIC,
  title={Electrophysiologically Interactive Computer Systems},
  author={Jennifer Allanson},
  journal={IEEE Computer},
  year={2002},
  volume={35},
  pages={60-65}
}
I nteractive systems research is beginning to breach the barrier between human and machine. Direct brain-computer communication is an emerging reality, subject to its own research agenda, and researchers are developing intelligent, affective technologies that will allow computers to comprehend and respond to users’ changing emotional states. Advanced sensing capabilities facilitate these emerging applications, which are evolving beyond deliberate user manipulation of electromechanical devices… CONTINUE READING
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