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著者
Sato, Ariki Graduate School of Sustainability, Tottori University
中谷 真太朗 Graduate School of Sustainability, Tottori University 研究者総覧 KAKEN
抄録
Steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP), which uses blinking light stimulation to estimate the attending target, has been known as a communication technique with severe motor disabilities such as ALS and Locked-in-syndrome. Recently, it was reported that pupil diameter vibration based on pupillary light reflex has been observed in the attending target with a constant blinking frequency. This fact suggests the possibility of a noncontact BCI using pupillometers as alternatives to contacting scalp electrodes. In this study, we show an increment in the number of communication channels by stimulating both eyes alone or in combination with different frequencies. The number of selective targets becomes twice the number of frequencies using this method. Experiments are conducted by recruiting three healthy participants. We prepare six target patterns comprising three frequencies and detect the target using a coefficient of correlation of power spectrum between the pupil diameter and stimulus signal. Consequently, the average classification accuracy of the three participants of approximately 83.4% is achieved. The findings of this study demonstrate the feasibility of noncontact BCI systems.
出版者
IEEE
資料タイプ
会議資料
ISSN
1062922X
掲載誌名
2021 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SYSTEMS, MAN, AND CYBERNETICS (SMC)
開始ページ
3386
終了ページ
3390
発行日
2021
出版者DOI
著者版フラグ
著者版
著作権表記
(C) 2021 IEEE
掲載情報
Sato Ariki, Nakatani Shintaro. Noncontact brain-computer interface based on steady-state pupil light reflex using independent bilateral eyes stimulation. 2021 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SYSTEMS, MAN, AND CYBERNETICS (SMC). 2021. 3386-3390. doi:10.1109/smc52423.2021.9658602
部局名
工学部・工学研究科
言語
英語
Web of Science Key ut
WOS:000800532003060