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Comparing Thermographic, EEG, and Subjective Measures of Affective Experience During Simulated Product Interactions. Comparing Thermographic, EEG, and Subjective Measures of Affective Experience During Simulated Product Interactions Sean Jenkins1,*, Raymond Brown1, and Neil Rutterford2 1 School of Industrial Design, Swansea Metropolitan University, Swansea, UK.2 Department of Psychology, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK.
The affective experience of a stimulus has traditionally been studied by statistically correlating the Electroencephalogram (EEG) and Affective Self Report (ASR). Here, this method is extended into a three-way correlation by including measurement of changes in forehead temperature on the right and left sides using Infrared Thermography (IRT). Sixteen male undergraduate designers were given a cognitive task whilst simultaneous IRT and EEG measurements were conducted. Keywords - Infrared Thermography, Affect, Interaction, Experience, Design. Citation: Jenkins, S. Received February 26, 2009; Accepted July 17, 2009; Published August 31, 2009. SuperSleep. Homepages.cae.wisc.edu/~bme200/eeg_biofeedback_fall05/reports/EEG_Poster.pdf.
Mind reading devices. Arduino Hack – How to Make a Brain-controlled Device! By using the Star Wars Force Trainer toy, these guys hacked it along with Arduino to control sound.
I think this is actually a great way to make a brain-controlled device of all sorts. Hacked EEG wireless headset produces a pure musical tone when a user concentrates. When not concentrating the user heres a combination of voices – one must find the right tone in their mind among chaos . Connected to Ardunio Nano, and running PD on a connected laptop to generate music. Toy parts for less than $150. The brain-controlled music device: The original Star Wars Force Trainer Toy: via hackaday. DIY EEG Devices or Cheap EEG – 2 « engineuring. As blog’s stats shows a lot of us today are dreaming of a cheap EEG device – most traffic is coming from Google searches “cheap eeg”, “cheapest eeg hardware” and the like =) From cheap EEG devices available, cheapest are those you build yourself.
Currently there are various DIY EEG hardware designs & building instructions available on the Internet. Here is a short survey on what we have. Note: for total novices, best place to start with EEG is short intro on How EEG Machine is Made. The most popular ModularEEG It even doesn’t need a mention – because it’s most popular of the EEG hardware designs, everyone who searches for DIY EEG will get it in top results. State of the art ModularEEG is good design to start from but now, as technology advances, it’s getting older and older. OpenEXG-2 A 2-channel biometric signal amplifier for EEG and other biological signal processing. CEEGALS stands for CogniPve Electroencephalography AcquisiPon Laboratory System. Welcome to the OpenEEG project. About the project Many people are interested in what is called neurofeedback or EEG biofeedback training, a generic mental training method which makes the trainee consciously aware of the general activity in the brain.
This method shows great potential for improving many mental capabilities and exploring consciousness. Other people want to do experiments with brain-computer interfaces or just want to have a look at their brain at work. Unfortunately, commercial EEG devices are generally too expensive to become a hobbyist tool or toy. The OpenEEG project is about making plans and software for do-it-yourself EEG devices available for free (as in GPL). Right now, this site is mostly about the hardware; schematics, part lists, building instructions etc. Some regulatory business Commercial and clinical EEG devices must live up to certain standards. In other words, if you decide to build and use one -- the responsibility is yours. Thinking Cap. Alternatives: An alternative to finding electrodes and doing all the amplification DIY-style, it's now possible to purchase a single channel off-the-shelf headset from Neurosky which sends the raw EEG via bluetooth.
In addition to potentially being easier to set up and using dry electrodes, this system also ensures user safety by removing the user from any possible shock hazards associated with being attached to wall power. The major drawback is that it has only a single channel, but maybe this will improve in the next version. Emotiv has a headset with many channels, but they are currently not as DIY friendly due to the fact they will not allow users access to raw EEG data, but only to their processed data.
Maybe we need some pressure from the DIY community here or someone to reverse engineer their processor.
Prototype This: Mind Controlled Car. Prototype This: Real car controlled with Playstation driving controller testing #1.