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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We survey research on multi-user brain-computer interfacing applications and look in particular at 'multi-brain games'. That is, games where in one or other form the (EEG-) measured brain activity of more than one user is needed to play the game. Various ways of integrating and merging brain activity in a game context are investigated. Existing research games are mentioned, but the emphasis is on surveying BCI research that will provide ideas for future multi-brain BCI games.doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39188-0_70 fatcat:yqxa3yj75jhtpffpnw55xn66ny