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The Effectiveness of Brain-computer Interface Technology in the Metaverse

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DOI: 10.23977/jaip.2023.060703 | Downloads: 12 | Views: 252

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Yuchen Wang 1

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1 School of International Education, Suzhou University of Science and Technology, Suzhou, China

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Yuchen Wang

ABSTRACT

The rapid rise and development of the metaverse has brought people's desire for immersive virtual experience. However, the fully virtual environment and highly interactive metaverse experience still face many challenges. The traditional human-computer interaction mode is limited by the keyboard, mouse and other devices, which cannot meet the needs of users for natural and intuitive interaction. Therefore, the introduction of brain-computer interface technology (BCI) provides new possibilities to solve this problem. In this paper, through literature review and case analysis, it summarizes the existing knowledge about the interaction between BCI technology and meta-universe, explores the application potential of BCI technology in meta-universe, reviews its existing problems, and makes prospects for its future improvement and development. Through the review, this paper will prove that the application of brain-computer interface technology in the metaverse has great potential, which provides ideas and theoretical basis for further research and development of innovative metaverse applications.

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Brain-computer interface, metaverse, virtual reality, human-computer interaction, challenges and prospects

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Yuchen Wang, The Effectiveness of Brain-computer Interface Technology in the Metaverse. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Practice (2023) Vol. 6: 13-22. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jaip.2023.060703.

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