Kerekes, G., & Schwieger, V. (2021). Towards Perceived Space Representation using Brain Activity, Eye-Tracking and Terrestrial Laser Scanning. In A. Basiri, G. Gartner, & H. Huang (Eds.), LBS 2021: Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Location Based Services (pp. 204–209). https://doi.org/10.34726/1788
Deciphering how humans perceive physical spaces can lead to new reality capture methods and eventually replace measurement instruments like terrestrial laser scanners (TLSs). The current approach pursues this goal using non-invasive wearable sensors like Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs) and mobile eye-trackers. Work in progress from static experiments shows that positions of targets on a wall at 4 m can be determined with differences up to several dm and better w.r.t. ground truth using homography.
Published in “Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on
Location Based Services (LBS 2021)”, edited by Anahid Basiri, Georg
Gartner and Haosheng Huang, LBS 2021, 24-25 November 2021,