Brain 2 Communicate: EEG-based Affect Recognition to Augment Virtual Social Interactions

Daniel Roth, Franziska Westermeier, Larissa Brübach, Tobias Feigl, Christian Schell, Marc Erich Latoschik

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Abstract

The perception and expression of emotion is a fundamental part of social interaction. This project aims to utilize neuronal signals to augment avatar-mediated communications. We recognize emotions with a brain-computer-interface (BCI) and supervised machine learning. Using an avatar-based communication interface that supports head tracking, gaze tracking, and speech to animation, we leverage the BCI-based affect detection to visualize emotional states.

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