fNIRS techniques have become increasingly popular because of their easy and safe operation, cost-efficiency, good temporal resolution, and the clear and robust results they deliver in real time. As such, fNIRS is ideal to explore visual stimulation, and indeed vision-related fNIRS research is very active.
X. Liu and K.-S. Hong, “Detection of primary RGB colors projected on a screen using fNIRS,” Journal of Innovative Optical Health Sciences, Jan. 2017.
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L.-C. Chen, P. Sandmann, J. D. Thorne, M. G. Bleichner, and S. Debener, “Cross-Modal Functional Reorganization of Visual and Auditory Cortex in Adult Cochlear Implant Users Identified with fNIRS,” Neural Plast, vol. 2016, 2016.
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X. Liu and K. S. Hong, “fNIRS based color detection from human visual cortex,” in Society of Instrument and Control Engineers of Japan (SICE), 2015 54th Annual Conference of the, 2015, pp. 1156–1161.
L.-C. Chen, P. Sandmann, J. D. Thorne, C. S. Herrmann, and S. Debener, “Association of Concurrent fNIRS and EEG Signatures in Response to Auditory and Visual Stimuli,” Brain Topogr, vol. 28, no. 5, pp. 710–725, Sep. 2015.
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