Muse Headband: Measuring Tool or a Collaborative Gadget?

  title={Muse Headband: Measuring Tool or a Collaborative Gadget?},
  author={Aleksandra Przegalinska and L. Ciechanowski and Mikolaj Magnuski and P. Gloor},
  • Aleksandra Przegalinska, L. Ciechanowski, +1 author P. Gloor
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science
  • We have conducted an observational study on persons participating passively in public lectures. During a lecture we were measuring the level of focus of listeners using the Muse EEG-headband as well as conducting an observational study of the usage of the device by experiment participants. The purpose was twofold: to understand to what extent commercially available portable EEG-devices can record synchronicity of experience among the audience and to check what kind of usage participants make of… CONTINUE READING
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