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Towards a General-Purpose Mobile Brain-Body Imaging NeuroIS Testbed

Towards a General-Purpose Mobile Brain-Body Imaging NeuroIS Testbed

Reinhold Scherer, Stefan Feitl, Matthias Schlesinger, Selina C. Wriessnegger
Information Systems and Neuroscience | Volume 16 of the series Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation pp 133-140

Navigating (familiar) environments requires spatial memory and spatial orientation. Mobile information systems (IS) have largely taken on this task and have changed human behavior. What impact has the redistribution of problem solving on human skills and knowledge? We are interested in exploring how the use of IS impacts on knowledge/ignorance by means of mobile brain-body imaging. In this paper, we introduce a novel experimental testbed developed to study spatial orientation in the context of geographic maps. Key system features include data synchronization between various devices and data sources, flexibility in designing and modeling research questions and integration of online co-adaptive brain-computer interfacing (BCI) technology. Flexibility, adaptability, scalability and modifiability of the implemented system turn the testbed into a general-purpose tool for studying NeuroIS constructs.

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