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Arts and Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs)

Arts and Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) Brain-Computer Interfaces, 2015 Vol. 2, Nos. 2–3, 57–59, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/2326263X.2015.1100514 EDITORIAL 1. Introduction to artistic brain-computer interfaces embedded in devices and environments. They can sense (Bcis) activity and anticipate requests of users. They also allo- cate information to be displayed to different modalities, The purpose of this special issue is to address contempo- including changes in the user’s physical environment and rary challenges involved in designing BCI applications its devices and objects. The environment can be oriented related to the creation and experience of art. The use of toward sports, domestic, professional, educational, recre- BCI for communication and control, especially in clinical ational, or public activities and more than one user can applications and assistive technology, is well known.[1] be involved. In recent years BCI technology has also entered main- Especially in the human-computer HCI area, with the stream human-computer interaction research, in particular development of interaction modalities different from the multimodal interaction research (for example, in enter- standard keyboard and mouse, interest in brain-computer tainment computing). Apart from communication and interfacing received attention. BCI interest and advances control,[2] monitoring the affective/cognitive state of a did not necessarily seek to replace other input modalities, user can help to tune an http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Brain-Computer Interfaces Taylor & Francis

Arts and Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs)

Brain-Computer Interfaces , Volume 2 (2-3): 3 – Apr 3, 2015

Arts and Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs)

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Brain-Computer Interfaces, 2015 Vol. 2, Nos. 2–3, 57–59, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/2326263X.2015.1100514 EDITORIAL 1. Introduction to artistic brain-computer interfaces embedded in devices and environments. They can sense (Bcis) activity and anticipate requests of users. They also allo- cate information to be displayed to different modalities, The purpose of this special issue is to address contempo- including changes in the user’s physical environment and rary challenges...
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Taylor & Francis
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© 2015 Taylor & Francis
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2326-2621
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2326-263x
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10.1080/2326263X.2015.1100514
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Brain-Computer Interfaces, 2015 Vol. 2, Nos. 2–3, 57–59, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/2326263X.2015.1100514 EDITORIAL 1. Introduction to artistic brain-computer interfaces embedded in devices and environments. They can sense (Bcis) activity and anticipate requests of users. They also allo- cate information to be displayed to different modalities, The purpose of this special issue is to address contempo- including changes in the user’s physical environment and rary challenges involved in designing BCI applications its devices and objects. The environment can be oriented related to the creation and experience of art. The use of toward sports, domestic, professional, educational, recre- BCI for communication and control, especially in clinical ational, or public activities and more than one user can applications and assistive technology, is well known.[1] be involved. In recent years BCI technology has also entered main- Especially in the human-computer HCI area, with the stream human-computer interaction research, in particular development of interaction modalities different from the multimodal interaction research (for example, in enter- standard keyboard and mouse, interest in brain-computer tainment computing). Apart from communication and interfacing received attention. BCI interest and advances control,[2] monitoring the affective/cognitive state of a did not necessarily seek to replace other input modalities, user can help to tune an

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Published: Apr 3, 2015

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