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Is Three better than Two? A Study on EEG Activity and Imagination Abilities in 2D vs 3D Stimuli

  • Claudio Lucchiari
  • Maria Elide Vanutelli
  • Raffaella Folgieri

Real and virtual are often considered terms in reciprocal opposition, but the boundaries between the two are blurred. The main goal of our study consists in answering the question whether the presence of a third dimension (3D) is a fundamental step of the virtual toward the real world, and if it causes some difference in the neural activity of the spectator [8]. Also, the possibility to consider real what is virtual will be discussed [6, 7].

  • Keywords:
  • Eeg Activity,
  • 2D Stimuli,
  • 3D Stimuli,
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Claudio Lucchiari

University of Milan, Italy

Maria Elide Vanutelli

University of Milan, Italy

Raffaella Folgieri

University of Milan, Italy

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Chapter Title

Is Three better than Two? A Study on EEG Activity and Imagination Abilities in 2D vs 3D Stimuli

Authors

Claudio Lucchiari, Maria Elide Vanutelli, Raffaella Folgieri

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English

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10.36253/978-88-6453-707-8.09

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2018

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Electronic Imaging & the Visual Arts. EVA 2018 Florence

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Florence (9-10 May 2018)

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