Exploring a Brain Controlled Interface for Emotional Awareness

Pichiliani, M.C.Hirata, C.M.Fraga, T.

Emotions play an important role in human interaction, communication, coordination, and cooperation. The perception of emotional and affective state in present and past group's activities is a relevant issue since emotional awareness influence the outcome of cooperative work. While there is a growing interest in providing computational support for recognition and representation of emotions, few research efforts explore the potential of Brain Controlled Interfaces (BCI) to collect and present emotional awareness in synchronous collaborative systems. In this paper, we present an initial step in exploring how a low-cost off-the-shelf electroencephalograph (EEG) system can be used to provide emotional awareness information in synchronous collaborative editing systems.

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