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Visual stimulation and cerebral activation

Title
Visual stimulation and cerebral activation
Authors
Son, Byung RakKim, Joo GonShin, Jeong-Hoon
DGIST Authors
Son, Byung Rak; Kim, Joo Gon; Shin, Jeong-Hoon
Issue Date
2014-07
Citation
Contemporary Engineering Sciences, 7(23), 1207-1214
Type
Article
ISSN
1314-7641
Abstract
Korean society has seen a surge in the inflow of information, accompanied by colors and lights, with the emergence and technological advancement of devices such as TVs and smart phones. Human beings receive a significant proportion of their information visually. Among the five senses (visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory, and tactile). Thus, human beings have a high reliance on the visual sense, which undoubtedly plays a crucial role in their lives. For that reason, research has been conducted in various fields to develop applications involving the visual sense. Particularly, it has been vigorously aiming to induce direct changes in physical conditions, such as the visual stimulus-induced physiological changes in the human body, emotional enrichment, concentration, attention, etc. However, the applications have yet to be developed, or have made very slow progress. This study presents the analysis of the changes in cerebral activation induced by visual stimuli delivered through a combination of colors, and has derived significant results associated with the changes in relation to indices of concentration, psychology, etc., based on the variation of stimulation. © 2014 Byung-rak Son et al.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/13361
DOI
10.12988/ces.2014.49150
Publisher
HIKARI Ltd
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  • Author Son, Byungrak  
  • Research Interests 연료전지; Fuel Cell; 하이브리드 전원; Hybrid Power; 스택; Stack; 촉매; Catalyst; 연료전지시스템; Fuel Cell System;센서네트워크;Sensor Network
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