Augmented Cognition Lab

    Facility: Laboratory

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      A.C. Meyers Vænge 15

      Room 2.0.004 - Level 0

      København SV



    Equipments Details


    Augmented Cognition Lab is used for studies of perception, cognition, affective states and aesthetic experiences in digital and multimodal media and cognitive technologies. The laboratory is technologically and methodically equipped to investigate the processes at stake as we experience and interact with the complex stimuli and narrative content of immersive and representational interactive screens.

    The Augmented Cognition Lab belongs to the Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology, and the laboratory is used for research at the institute as well as courses and study projects in the programs of Medialogy; Sound and Music Computing; Lighting Design and Service Systems Design. We also work externally with universities and companies in and outside Denmark.

    The laboratory has state-of-the-art equipment for measuring brain activity (electroencephalography - EEG), various psychophysiological measuring instruments and methods such as measuring electrical activity in muscles (EMG), eye tracking equipment, heart rate and heart rate monitoring, computer vision and thermal imaging for recognition of affective states as well as brain-computer interaction (BCI) system, g.USBamp (CE certified, FDA listed) with 32 channels and hardware and engine imagery / ERD software, SSVEP-BCI and P300 ERP / BCI .

    The laboratory is also equipped with high-performance computers and high-resolution display systems for multimodal stimulus presentation (e.g., screens, augmented reality, virtual environments, 3D audio), software and game engines for the development of engaging virtual environments (e.g., Unity, CryEngine) and multimodal and tangible interfaces. (e.g. Kinect, haptic controllers, eye trackers).


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