Towards Multimodal, Multi-party, and Social Brain-Computer Interfacing
In this paper we identify developments that have led to the current interest from computer scientists in Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI). Non-disabled users have become a target group for BCI applications. Non-disabled users can not be treated as patients. They are free to move and use their hands during the interaction with an application. Therefore BCI should be integrated in a multimodal approach. Games are an important research area since shortcomings of BCI can be translated into challenges in multimodal cooperative, competitive, social and casual games.
KeywordsBrain-Computer Interfacing Human-Computer Interaction Multimodal interaction Games
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