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Tokyo The Univ. of Electro-Communications
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Development of a Neurofeedback-based Attention Training System for Personal Use
Hayato Miwa, Shunsuke Negishi, Takeshi Sakurada (Seikei Univ) NC2022-114
Neurofeedback is one of the neuromodulation approaches to train brain functions based on real-time brain activity analys... [more] NC2022-114
SIS 2023-03-02
Chiba Chiba Institute of Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
The effect of transmittance of visual stimulus on evoked potential and reaction time in BCI
Takeru Yokoi, Akitoshi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2022-42
The SSVEP-based BCI is a useful interface to control external equipment without body movement.
In this BCI, the monito... [more]
SIS 2023-03-03
Chiba Chiba Institute of Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A study on objective evaluation of color vision deficiency using SSVEP
Masaki Ohashi, Akitoshi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2022-56
The general method to judge a color blindness is a subjective test that depends on the subjectivity of the subject. Howe... [more] SIS2022-56
HIP 2022-12-23
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Enhancement and Inhibition in Size of Visual Attention with Steady State Visual Evoked Potential
Chen Guangyu, Shioiri Satoshi (Tohoku Unvi.) HIP2022-74
This study investigated how human’s spatial attention changes to cover different sizes of visual stimuli. We measured St... [more] HIP2022-74
MBE 2022-07-23
Online Online Examining the relationship between basic rhythm and steady state visual evoked potential
Keisuke Yoshimura, Masatake Akutagawa, Takahiro Emoto (Tokushima Univ.), Humio Sitijyou (Suzue HP), Yoshio Kaji (Tokushima Bunri Univ.), Yousuke Kinouti (Tokushima Univ.) MBE2022-12
The purpose of this study is to investigate the accuracy of steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP) detection in te... [more] MBE2022-12
SIS 2022-03-04
Online Online The analysis of relationship between SSVEP and pupil diameter by indirect light reflex
Tsutomu Yoshida, Akitoshi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2021-41
The Steady-State Visual Evoked Potential(SSVEP) is evoked when our attention to wards a visual stimulus with periodic bl... [more] SIS2021-41
SIS 2021-03-05
Online Online Study on change in SSVEP induction amount and increase in BCI command number due to difference in brightness of visual stimulus
Masaki Ishikawa, Akitoshi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2020-52
SSVEP is often used to transmit our will to a brain computer interface (BCI) without anybody movements. In SSVEP based ... [more] SIS2020-52
SIS 2021-03-05
Online Online The effect of edge direction in visual stimulus for SSVEP evoking
Tsutomu Yoshida, Masaki Ohashi, Akitoshi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2020-53
The Steady-State Visual Evoked Potential(SSVEP) is an electroencephalogram evoked when our attention is toward a visual ... [more] SIS2020-53
BioX, CNR 2021-03-02
Online Online A Study on Personal Identification Using SSVEP Evoked by Modulated Visual Stimulus
Yuya Ozeki, Tomoya Tamaki, Akitosi Itai (Chubu Univ.) BioX2020-42 CNR2020-15
Recent years, the brain activity based personal identification is attracted attention. We focus on the Steady-State Visu... [more] BioX2020-42 CNR2020-15
HIP 2020-12-22
Online Online Attempt on the measurement of voluntary attention measurement by EEG
Kazuya Kobayashi, Shin Ono, Yasuhiro Hatori, Chia-huei Tseng, Ichiro Kuriki, Satoshi Shioiri (Tohoku Univ.) HIP2020-59
The process of initiation of attention selection (self-initiating attention) is an extremely important brain function re... [more] HIP2020-59
SIS, ITE-BCT 2020-10-02
Online Online The difference of EEG between same contrast visual stimuli
Tsutomu Yoshida, Takuma Naganawa, Akitoshi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2020-24
The brain wave, which is evoked when we watch a periodic blinking of light source or checkerboard, is known as an SSVEP ... [more] SIS2020-24
SIS 2020-03-05
Saitama Saitama Hall
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
The individual characteristics of SSVEP for Modulated Flickers
Tomoya Tamaki, Akitoshi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2019-41
The Steady-State Visual Evoked Potential (SSVEP) is useful as a basis for Brain-computer interface (BCI). The liquid cry... [more] SIS2019-41
SIS 2020-03-06
Saitama Saitama Hall
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
The relationship between SSVEP and variation of visual stimulus
Tsutomu Yoshida, Akitosi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2019-53
A brain computer interface whose operation is transmitted
by SSVEP is often used to control a wheelchair.
The operat... [more]
HIP 2017-10-23
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Relationship between flickering frequency and SSVEP response in peripheral visual field
Kenta Nakashima, Tetsuto Minami, Hiroshi Higashi, Shigeki Nakauchi (TUT) HIP2017-63
Visual system has two modes to pay attention to an object. One is the overt attention that is to pay attention by moving... [more] HIP2017-63
MBE 2016-01-21
Kagoshima Kagoshima University Development of a Japanese syllabary speller using SSVEP
Yusuke Kurihara, Tomohiko Igasaki, Nobuki Murayama (Kumamoto Univ.) MBE2015-101
We attempt to develop a communication system for people with severe motor disabilities using electroencephalogram(EEG) .... [more] MBE2015-101
NC, MBE 2015-03-17
Tokyo Tamagawa University Portable BMI System using Phase Template Matching Analysis of Steady State Visual Evoked Potential
Takashi Shinozaki, Yusuke Yokota, Yasushi Naruse (NICT) MBE2014-154 NC2014-105
This study proposes a novel analysis method for steady-state visual-evoked responses (SSVEP), named phase template match... [more] MBE2014-154 NC2014-105
SIS 2015-03-06
Tokyo Meiji Univ. Nakano Campus (Tokyo) The Characteristics of SSVEP for Modulated Flickers
Koji Nishimura, Syoya Ueda, Akitoshi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2014-108
The Steady-State Visual Evoked Potential (SSVEP) is useful as a basis for Brain-computer interface (BCI). The liquid cry... [more] SIS2014-108
SIS 2015-03-06
Tokyo Meiji Univ. Nakano Campus (Tokyo) A Study on the Relationship Between a Location of Visual Stimulus and SSVEP
Takafumi Sakakibara, Syouya Ueda, Akitoshi Itai (Chubu Univ.) SIS2014-109
BCI is an interface to operate a computer and external equipment using brain activities. SSVEP is
the periodic EEG resp... [more]
Miyagi Tohoku University Classification of EEG Steady-State Visual Evoked Potential Using Stationary Subspace Analysis
Tomoki Shiratori, Hironao Namba, Takashi Matsumoto, Atsushi Ishiyama (Waseda Univ.) NC2013-48
We attempted to use signal separation algorithm Stationary Subspace Analysis (SSA) for classification of EEG steady-stat... [more] NC2013-48
MBE 2012-09-27
Nagano Shinshu Univ. A study of a SSVEP-based BCI using high frequency flicker stimulus
Hideaki Hirose, Daisuke Miyagi (AIC), Yasuharu Koike (TITECH) MBE2012-31
In previous reported P300- or SSVEP-based BCIs, low frequency flicker stimulus (10-30Hz) had been employed frequently. H... [more] MBE2012-31
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