Print Email Facebook Twitter EEG-Based Navigation from a Human Factors Perspective Title EEG-Based Navigation from a Human Factors Perspective Author Thurlings, M.E. van Erp, J.B.F. Brouwer, A.-M.M. Werkhoven, P.J. TNO Defensie en Veiligheid Contributor Tan, D.S. (editor) Nijholt, A. (editor) Publication year 2010 Abstract Abstract In this chapter we discuss Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) as navigation devices from a Human Factors point of view. We argue that navigation is more than only steering a car or a wheelchair. It involves three levels: planning, steering and control, linked to cognition, perception and sensation, respectively. We structure the existing BCIs along those three levels. Most existing BCIs focus on the steering level of navigation. This is a remarkable observation from a Human Factors perspective because steering requires a very specific subclass of control devices that have a high bandwidth and a very low latency like joysticks or steering wheels; requirements that can not be met with current BCIs. We recommend exploring the potential of BCIs for the planning level, e.g. to select a route, and for the control level, e.g. based on possible collision-related potentials.Overzicht van Brain Computer interfaces voor navigatie in een framework gebaseerd op type BCI en navigatie subtaak Subject User interfacesBCIBMIBrain-computer interfaceBrain-machine interfaceCognitionNeurosciencePerceptionEEGSSEPNIRShuman-computer interactionman-machine interactionEEGhuman factors To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:a404dfa3-08b8-4d70-a7a1-521a73453cb4 DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-84996-272-8_5 TNO identifier 364466 ISBN 9781849962728 Source Brain-Computer Interfaces : Applying our Minds to Human-Computer Interaction, 71-87 Series Human-Computer Interaction Series, Document type bookPart Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.