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EOG-Based Human–Computer Interface: 2000–2020 Review

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Electro-oculography (EOG)-based brain–computer interface (BCI) is a relevant technology influencing physical medicine, daily life, gaming and even the aeronautics field. EOG-based BCI systems record activity related to users’ intention, perception and motor decisions. It converts the bio-physiological signals into commands for external hardware, and it executes the operation expected by the user through the output device. EOG signal is used for identifying and classifying eye movements through active or passive interaction. Both types of interaction have the potential for controlling the output device by performing the user’s communication with the environment. In the aeronautical field, investigations of EOG-BCI systems are being explored as a relevant tool to replace the manual command and as a communicative tool dedicated to accelerating the user’s intention. This paper reviews the last two decades of EOG-based BCI studies and provides a structured design space with a large set of representative papers. Our purpose is to introduce the existing BCI systems based on EOG signals and to inspire the design of new ones. First, we highlight the basic components of EOG-based BCI studies, including EOG signal acquisition, EOG device particularity, extracted features, translation algorithms, and interaction commands. Second, we provide an overview of EOG-based BCI applications in the real and virtual environment along with the aeronautical application. We conclude with a discussion of the actual limits of EOG devices regarding existing systems. Finally, we provide suggestions to gain insight for future design inquiries.
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hal-03769748 , version 1 (13-10-2022)

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Chama Belkhiria, Atlal Boudir, Christophe Hurter, Vsevolod Peysakhovich. EOG-Based Human–Computer Interface: 2000–2020 Review. Sensors, 2022, 22 (13), pp.4914. ⟨10.3390/s22134914⟩. ⟨hal-03769748⟩
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