Presentations and demos of the "Curiosity Cloning" project
Izzo, Dario and Ampatzis, Christos and Ruciński, Marek and Ebrahimi, Touradj and Yashdani, Ashkan and Ha-Minh, Thien and Dufaux, Frédéric and Smeaton, Alan F. and Wilkins, Peter and Healy, Graham (2009) Presentations and demos of the "Curiosity Cloning" project. In: Workshop on Brain Machine Interfaces for Space Applications: Enhancing Astronaut Capabilities , 30 November 2009, European Space Agency, Noordwijk (The Netherlands) .
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This presentation showed work we have done on using Brain Computer Interfaces to detect scientific curiosity in images. The equipment used by the group from EPFL Lausanne was a full 32-node EEG while the CLARITY group from DCU used a home-built 4-channel EEG analyser with total cost less than €1,000. Results indicate that the P300 ERP is a positive indicator of curiosity, especially in experts.
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