The Impact of Passive Head-Mounted Virtual Reality Devices on the Quality of EEG Signals

Grégoire Cattan, Anton Andreev, Cesar Mendoza & Marco Congedo
Thanks to the low price, the use of a head-mounted device (HMD) equipped with a smartphone is currently a common set-up for virtual reality (VR). Brain-computer interface (BCI) based on electroencephalography (EEG) is a promising technology to enrich the VR experience. However, the effect of using HMDs on the acquisition of EEG signals remains still unknown. In fact, the smartphone is placed close to the head where EEG sensors are located, thus the smartphoneâ˘AZ´s electronics...
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