Improving Players‘ Control over the Neurosky Brain-computer Interface

@inproceedings{Gumundsdttir2011ImprovingPC,
  title={Improving Players‘ Control over the Neurosky Brain-computer Interface},
  author={Krist{\'i}n Guðmundsd{\'o}ttir and Marta Krist{\'i}n L{\'a}rusd{\'o}ttir},
  year={2011}
}
In mid-2009, NeuroSky released the first consumer brain-computer interface (BCI). MindGames, since that time, has been developing games which players control with their powers of concentration and relaxation via consumer brain-computer interfaces. At present, all users of these novel interfaces are inexperienced, and have trouble controlling them. Therefore MindGames would like to develop a method for helping as people to learn as quickly as possible to activate the "relaxation" and… CONTINUE READING
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