Research visit to NTNU for FNIRS design cognition experiments

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In April, thanks to Pump Priming funding from the faculty and the Research Staff Development Fund, Mark and Adam travelled to the Norwegian Institute of Science and Technology (NTNU) to receive training on a Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (FNIRS) headset and to run participants through a collaborative design cognition experiment. Previously, the group had conducted […]

Research internship investigating BCI applications in engineering design

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Written by Louise Larsson Summary of project and intended outcomes In my individual research project this term I investigated potential alternative user interfaces for computer-aided design, CAD, software and brain-computer interfaces in particular. That is looking into the prospects of making designing more intuitive and accessible by introducing brain control to the design process in […]