2017

  1. 1.Matthew Pike. 2017. Exploring the use of brain-sensing technologies for natural interactions. University of Nottingham. [PDF]

2016

  1. #Scanners: Exploring the Control of Adaptive Films using Brain-Computer Interaction Pike, Matthew, Ramchurn, Richard, Benford, Steve, and Wilson, Max L 2016 [PDF]
  2. #Scanners: A BCI Enhanced Cinematic Experience Pike, Matthew, Wilson, Max L, Benford, Steve, and Ramchurn, Richard 2016 [PDF]
  3. Evaluating Virtual Reality Experience and Performance: A Brain based Approach Pike, Matthew, and Ch’ng, Eugene 2016 [PDF]

2015

  1. Examining the Reliability of using fNIRS in Realistic HCI Settings for Spatial and Verbal Tasks Maior, Horia A, Pike, Matthew, Sharples, Sarah, and Wilson, Max L 2015 [PDF]
  2. # Scanners: Integrating Physiology into Cinematic Experiences Pike, Matthew, Ramchurn, Richard, and Wilson, Max L 2015 [PDF]
  3. Two-way Affect Loops in Multimedia Experiences Pike, Matthew, Ramchurn, Richard, and Wilson, Max L 2015 [PDF]

2014

  1. Measuring the Effect of Think Aloud Protocols on Workload using fNIRS Pike, Matthew F, Maior, Horia A, Porcheron, Martin, Sharples, Sarah C, and Wilson, Max L 2014 [PDF]
  2. Continuous Detection of Workload Overload: An fnirs Approach Maior, Horia A, Pike, Matthew, Wilson, Max L, and Sharples, Sarah 2014 [PDF]

2013

  1. Directly Evaluating the Cognitive Impact of Search User Interfaces: a Two-Pronged Approach with fNIRs Maior, Horia, Pike, Matthew, and Wilson, Max L 2013 [PDF]

2012

  1. CUES: Cognitive Usability Evaluation System. Pike, Matthew, Wilson, Max L, Divoli, Anna, and Medelyan, Alyona 2012 [PDF]