Introduction.- Meaningful Interaction with Physiological Computing.- Engineering Issues in Physiological Computing.- Eye Tracking and Eye-Based Human-Computer Interaction.- Towards BCI-based Implicit Control in HCI.- Bio cybernetic Adaptation as Biofeedback Training.- Using fNIRS to Measure Mental Workload in the Real World.- Psychophysiological Feedback for Adaptive HRI.- The Drive to Explore.- The Vitality Bracelet.- Capturing HDM for Assisted Memory Recall.
This edited collection will provide an overview of the field of physiological computing, i.e. the use of physiological signals as input for computer control. It will cover a breadth of current research, from brain-computer interfaces to telemedicine.
Broad overview of an emerging research field offering a unique and multidisciplinary insight into the area
Emphasises the common ground between a range of physiological computing applications
Provides a unique perspective on how we may interact with technology in the future