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Hi, I found this article this morning and thought it might be interesting to the community. http://heise.de/-1578581 The arcticle is in German language and deals with emotion computing research at MIT and Tufts University. Enjoy.
The Emotiv headset is a consumer EEG headset. In common slang, it’s a brain-computer interface. We decided to use this kind of hardware for our emotion computing lab. For doing so we purchased the research editions of Emotiv EPOC. … Continue reading
OpenViBE is a software platform dedicated to designing, testing and using brain-computer interfaces. The package includes a Designer tool to create and run custom applications, along with several pre-configured and demo programs which are ready for use. [see Wikipedia also] OpenViBE is … Continue reading
Topic: “Analysis and Evaluation of the application possibilities of an EPOC neuro-headset from Emotiv.” Responsible: Nicolas Simon Abstract: The Emotiv EPOC neuro headset offers many possibilities to analyse facial expressions, emotions and thoughts. Within this work the Emotiv neuroheadset will … Continue reading
Topic: “Exploration of various classification algorithms for Sensory Motor Rhythm (SMR) analysis of a ‘Turn Left’ command for a Care-o-Bot simulator using an Emotiv EPOC headset.” Responsible: Ramesh Kumar Natarajan Abstract: Emotiv Epoc is one of the best BCI devices … Continue reading
Hi, this is Gernot and I am happy to announce the start of our emotion computing blog. I hope you will find this one interesting. Thanks in advance for any kind of input and feedback on our posts. Cheers, Gernot