On a Thursday night few months ago, I arrived home for a family dinner, greeted at the door by my mother. It took no more than a few seconds for her to notice that I wasn’t my usual cheery self. She knew the exact remedy to liven me up: a bowl of Mum’s delicious soup and our favorite '80s playlist, which got both of us grooving and singing along. Before long, I was laughing joyfully, my worries and concerns temporarily suspended. These simple steps were so obvious to my mother, yet completely out of the realm of possibility for a computer. Computing applications primarily respond to what you explicitly direct them to do. They can’t observe your mood or feelings and respond intuitively. I couldn't help but wonder back then whether it might be possible to introduce this whole realm of human interaction to human - computer interaction. Could technology be developed that not only understands what you direct it to do, but also knows how to respond to your moods, and emotional cues?

So my the topic goes with " Mind Control Testing " in which their will be a detailed presentation and a demo of 1. What is mind waves? 2. How to read the mind waves and use it to test a quality of application? 3. How it can be used in end user acceptance testing ? 4. How mind waves can be used to improve the quality software and production at the end user level And finally a small demo of my software which will read the brain waves and plot a graph and with a result saying 1. How attentive the user is 2. How cool the user is 3. How many times the user is blinking the eyes While using the application And a lot more fun & interesting things will be added on during the presentation...!


Outline/Structure of the Demonstration

Demo On Mind Control device and way of Implementation at Testing Level

Learning Outcome

1. Outcome will be finding the level of Bond between the End user and the application

2.  Will get the Knowledge of Mind waves

Target Audience


schedule Submitted 5 years ago

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