EEG Network modeling for comparison between 2D and 3D video watching

Title
EEG Network modeling for comparison between 2D and 3D video watching
Authors
강승완김대근박민철
Keywords
EEG; Granger Causality; 3D
Issue Date
2012-10
Publisher
글로벌 3D기술 포럼 컨퍼런스
Abstract
A network analysis for unveiling how information processing differ in the human brain during 3D watching compared to 2D was investigated. Grange causality network analysis applied to selected 8 channel data set and causal network significantly changed during 3D watching compared to 2D watching was determined. G causality based connectivity in the left posterior area and right centro-frontal area was more actively involved in the 3D visual processing compared to 2D. Longer distant connectivity between occipital and frontal area was found to be involved in feeling of visual fatigue.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/43305
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