Endowing Head-Mounted Displays with Physiological Sensing for Augmenting Human Learning and Cognition
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The EEGlass prototype is a merger between a Head-Mounted Display (HMD) and a brain-sensing platform with a set of electroencephalography (EEG) electrodes at the contact points with the skull. EEGlass measures unobtrusively the activity of the human brain facilitating the interaction with HMDs for augmenting human cognition. Among others, EEGlass is intended for collection of context-aware EEG measurements, supporting learning and cognitive experiments outside the laboratory environment. Thus, we expect EEGlass will promote the implementation and application of ecologically valid research methods (studies in the user's natural context).