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Usability Evaluation of Brain-Computer Interaction (BCI), ased Game for Normal Users


Allah Noor, Asif Umer, Noor ul Amin, Arif Iqbal Umar, Zulfiqar Ahmad, Sagheer Ahmad Jan, Mohsin Khan and Jawaid Iqbal


Vol. 18  No. 6  pp. 168-175


The next growing generation of human-computer interaction is Brain-Computer Interaction (BCI), in which the user directly interacted with the computer through brain signals only. BCI has been revolutionized human life more than human-computer interaction. First special design of BCIs was for disabled persons. But now BCIs technology has been used for entertainment by healthy people. Gamers are the potential users. To use BCI technology as assistive, usability evaluation is necessary. In this paper we have created and evaluated BCI based game for normal users using ISO 9241-11 usability model. The usability parameters that we have considered are (a) Effectiveness (b) Efficiency and (c) User-Satisfaction. We have calculated the Effectiveness and Efficiency through Automated and the User-Satisfaction determined through Questionnaire. Results revealed that our proposed BCI game has 82% Effectiveness, 77% Efficient and User-Satisfaction is significant respectively.


BCI game, Usability Evaluation, NeuroSky Mindwave, Users Satisfaction, Android Studio.