>>I've experience this IBVA system demo'd several occasions over the past
>>I have never been able to see ANY response modality that was:
>>(a) reliably repeatable; and
>>(b) repeatably correlated with ANY form of conscious intent / user cognitive
I have IBVA system - the key is that it takes some time to learn to control
EEG - but easy with practice.
>>The most I've seen is an experienced biofeedback practitioner acheiving a
>>"general direction" of response flavor over several minutes drift; nothing
>>like discreet event evoked responses or feedback.
But can be done. An event evoked potential called the p300 can reliably be
>>Thus, the overall brain wave (EEG) state of affairs, with some post-
>>processing, simply is fed as an input into various media results. I have
>>never seen it be more than, from a human factors standpoint a generally
>>chaotic or almost random influence. Overall EEG frequency-related data WILL
>>affect output, but merely that, is NOT A USEFUL nor reliable
You might want to check out the _Waverider_ device... Simple midi out from
eeg or ecg
>>Maybe IBVA's technology has improved since my experiences... anyone out
>>on the list have another opinion? If it had, I'd think we see it in the
>>extensive scientific literature citations, etc. etc. and we haven't as yet.
IBVA's tech hasn't changed much. I'm using MindSet unit. 16 channels of eeg
Basic audio/visual feedback modalities are provided as well as a
threshold definition structure.
Output of actor's & audience's physiological interaction in real time...
The relationship becomes the audio/visual world
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