Using a low-cost electroencephalograph for task classification in HCI research

@inproceedings{Lee2006UsingAL,
  title={Using a low-cost electroencephalograph for task classification in HCI research},
  author={Johnny Chung Lee and Desney S. Tan},
  booktitle={UIST},
  year={2006}
}
Modern brain sensing technologies provide a variety of methods for detecting specific forms of brain activity. In this paper, we present an initial step in exploring how these technologies may be used to perform task classification and applied in a relevant manner to HCI research. We describe two experiments showing successful classification between tasks using a low-cost off-the-shelf electroencephalograph (EEG) system. In the first study, we achieved a mean classification accuracy of 84.0% in… CONTINUE READING
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