Multichannel physiological measurements for the adaptation of human-computer interface using emotions-induced experimental paradigms

14/03/06 to 14/03/08

This was a collaborative project between the Medical School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and the Brain Science Institute of RIKEN, Japan. The purpose was to enable multi-channel physiological sensing for direct adaptation of computer user interfaces in affective interaction paradigms.

By using MEG and EEG, the magnetic fields and electrical potentials respectively were recorded from healthy adults while passively viewing affective stimuli (pictures and words) rated along arousal and valence.


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