Inducing targeted brain states utilizing merged reality systems

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Moseley, R. 2015. Inducing targeted brain states utilizing merged reality systems. 2015 Science and Information Conference (SAI). London, United Kingdom 28 - 30 Jul 2015 IEEE. pp. 657-663
TypeConference paper
TitleInducing targeted brain states utilizing merged reality systems
AuthorsMoseley, R.
Abstract

As virtual reality becomes more accessible and the technology becomes greatly improved to immerse the individual in real time, there will be an impact upon the human brain and its direct functioning over states of mind. For as long as humans have noted that the brain responds to lights and sounds to aid or alter moods and mind states, technology has been used in one way or another to induce some desirable mood. This paper investigates how virtual technology could be used to forward this idea.

KeywordsVirtual Reality (VR); immersive sound; light machines; entrainment ; brain waves; auditory / visual stimuli
Research GroupResearch Group on Development of Intelligent Environments
LanguageEnglish
Conference2015 Science and Information Conference (SAI)
Page range657-663
Proceedings Title2015 Science and Information Conference (SAI)
ISBN
Electronic9781479985470
PublisherIEEE
Publication dates
Print28 Jul 2015
Online03 Sep 2015
Publication process dates
Deposited23 Sep 2015
Accepted15 Jan 2015
Output statusPublished
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Web address (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/sai.2015.7237212
Web of Science identifierWOS:000380448800088
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