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Sergi Bermudez i Badia <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 16 Mar 2019 16:56:35 +0000
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CALL FOR PAPERS SPECIAL SESSION ON “BCI for Immersive Environments: Augmented
Reality, Virtual Reality and more” for SMC’19, October 6-9, 2019 – Bari, Italy
http://musaelab.ca/bmi19/smc2019_bmi.html
https://www.br41n.io/Bari-2019
Submission Deadline: March 31, 2019
https://conf.papercept.net/conferences/scripts/start.pl
Session Organizers: Felix Putze, Dean Krusienski, Sergi Bermudez i BadiaSession
area:Systems Science & Engineering /
Human-Machine Systems / Cybernetics)
Human-Machine SystemsSession description:
This special session deals with Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) within
immersive environments for training, rehabilitation, art, entertainment and
other areas for application. Technology for creating immersive environments has
emerged in recent years in the form of augmented and virtual reality devices,
large wall displays, holograms, and others. Immersive environments create
virtual scenes, which can be experienced and explored by a user through multiple
senses, resulting in an intense user experience and extended capabilities of
expression and interaction compared to traditional desktop software. These
characteristics make immersive environments a promising field for established
and novel BCI paradigms since BCI technology can act as an input channel to
control or adapt such an environment without breaking immersion.The goal of this
special session is to discuss the state of the art in BCI for immersive
environments, to identify joint challenges and opportunities for future
developments.Keywords:
- Brain-based Information Communications
- Human-Machine Interface
- Virtual and Augmented Reality Systems

Special session Organizers,
Felix Putze, Dean Krusienski, Sergi Bermudez i Badia

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