Authors: 
Jonathan Mercier-Ganady, Fabien Lotte, Emilie Loup-Escande, Maud Marchal, Anatole Lecuyer
Abstract: 
In this paper we introduce a novel augmented reality paradigm called "Mind-Mirror" which enables the experience of seeing "through your own head", visualizing your brain "in action and in situ". A virtual brain is displayed on a screen behind a semi-transparent mirror, following head movements using an optical face-tracking system. Brain activity is extracted and processed in real-time with the help of an electroencephalography cap (EEG) worn by the user. The results of a user study showed that the Mind-Mirror could be successfully used and that the participants have particularly appreciated its innovation and originality.
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