RELEVANT PAPERS

This section provides a list of some of the papers that have utilized the data acquired from the experiment described in this chapter. The following papers should be cited when using the experiment design or the data provided with this chapter.

  • 1. Malik AS, Khairuddin RNHR, Amin HU, Smith ML, Kamel N, Abdullah JM, Fawzy SM, Shim S. EEG based evaluation of stereoscopic 3D displays for viewer discomfort. BioMed Eng OnLine. 2015; 14:21.
  • 2. Khairuddin HR, Malik AS, Mumtaz W, Kamel N, Xia L. Analysis of EEG signals regularity in adults during video game play in 2D and 3D. In: Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE; 2013, pp. 2064-2067.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This chapter provides the details of the experiment design available in the papers mentioned in Section 6.7 and in the MS thesis of Raja Nur Hamizah, which is available at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS.

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