Low-cost HMD and EEG: using visual stimulation by the Oculus Rift® to detect stronger ERDs induced by motion imagery
Zoulias, I., Hayashi, Y., Harwin, W. and Nasuto, S. (2015) Low-cost HMD and EEG: using visual stimulation by the Oculus Rift® to detect stronger ERDs induced by motion imagery. In: 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS), 25-29 August 2015, Milan, Italy. (In Press)
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Virtual Reality (VR) can provide visual stimuli for EEG studies that can be altered in real time and can produce effects that are difficult or impossible to reproduce in a non-virtual experimental platform. As part of this experiment the Oculus Rift, a commercial-grade, low-cost, Head Mounted Display (HMD) was assessed as a visual stimuli platform for experiments recording EEG. Following, the device was used to investigate the effect of congruent visual stimuli on Event Related Desynchronisation (ERD) due to motion imagery.