Measuring Brain Function During Driving in a Driving Simulator

This example shows brain activity measured while driving in a driving simulator. To better communicate the experience of using fNIRS data, a video was prepared that shows an example of measuring brain activity while driving under various conditions.

The data was provided by Professor Tomoyuki Hiroyasu, Faculty of Life and Medical Sciences, Doshisha University.

 

The data in this video is provided for reference purposes. It represents measurements from a single case and does not indicate brain activity tendencies in all driving situations.

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