Improving HCI with Brain Input

Review, Trends, and Outlook

; Felix Putze

As long as there have been computers, there has been a desire to integrate one's thoughts directly with them. As the technology progressively comes into contact with human users, new challenges and opportunities arise that are central to human-computer interaction (HCI). Les mer
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As long as there have been computers, there has been a desire to integrate one's thoughts directly with them. As the technology progressively comes into contact with human users, new challenges and opportunities arise that are central to human-computer interaction (HCI). In the field of HCI, researchers from diverse backgrounds have taken a broad view of application domains that could benefit from brain signals, both by applying HCI methods to improve interfaces using brain signals and integrating brain signals into HCI methods. Recent advances in brain sensing technologies, new analysis methods, and hardware improvements have opened the door for such research, which will accelerate with the increased commercialization of wearable technology containing brain sensors. In this monograph, the authors examine brain signals from an HCI perspective, focusing on work that makes an HCI-related contribution. They pursue three main goals: (1) give a primer for HCI researchers on the necessary technology, possibilities, and limitations for using brain signals in user interfaces; (2) systematically map out the research field by constructing a taxonomy of applications, input paradigms, and interface designs; and (3) identify gaps and areas of emerging work to lay a foundation for future research on HCI for and with brain signals.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction
2. Foundations and Broader Context
3. Human-Computer Interaction Application Domains
4. Brain Input Paradigms in HCI
5. Cognitive/Neural States and Processes
6. Brain Sensing Technology
7. Architecture and Development Tools
8. Evaluation Methods, Generalizability, and Reproducibility
9. Research Directions
10. Conclusions
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