The article explores a method to detect differences in visual perception in humans, based on the psychological and cognitive function of eyeblinks. The aim is to analyze viewer's visual perception of media content by using EEG recordings and HD video recording systems.
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Martín-Pascual, M. Á., Andreu-Sánchez, C., Delgado-García, J. M., Gruart, A. Using Electroencephalography Measurements and High-quality Video Recording for Analyzing Visual Perception of Media Content. J. Vis. Exp. (135), e57321, doi:10.3791/57321 (2018).