Brain-Computer Interface

April 23, 2010

The M.I.N..D. Lab is creating a Brain-Computer Interface.  For our ongoing research projects, the lab is equipped with both psychophysiological recording equipment, and tools for creating virtual environments.  Combining these technologies makes sense as we continue to explore the intersection between media and mind.  Our goal is to create a feedback loop whereby media can react to changes in brain and body states, leading to further changes in body states, and so on.  With such a system in place, we can explore characteristics of optimal correspondence between interactive media and psychological responses to media.  Such a system has the potential to give the user a direct link between mind and media.


  • Dr. Frank Biocca
  • Dr. Corey Bohil

AT&T Endowment  


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