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WheelCon: A Wheel Control-Based Gaming Platform for Studying Human Sensorimotor Control

Liu, Quanying and Nakahira, Yorie and Liang, Zhichao and Mohideen, Ahkeel and Dai, Adam and Choi, Sung Hoon and Pan, Angelina and Ho, Dimitar M. and Doyle, John C. (2020) WheelCon: A Wheel Control-Based Gaming Platform for Studying Human Sensorimotor Control. Journal of Visualized Experiments (162). Art. No. e61092. ISSN 1940-087X.

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WheelCon is a novel, free and open-source platform to design video games that noninvasively simulates mountain biking down a steep, twisting, bumpy trail. It contains components presenting in human sensorimotor control (delay, quantization, noise, disturbance, and multiple feedback loops) and allows researchers to study the layered architecture in sensorimotor control.

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Liu, Quanying0000-0002-2501-7656
Nakahira, Yorie0000-0003-3324-4602
Dai, Adam0000-0002-6823-1046
Doyle, John C.0000-0002-1828-2486
Additional Information:© 2020 MyJoVE Corporation. Date Published: August 15, 2020. We thank Mr. Zhengyang Wang for reshaping the scripts, shooting and editing the video, and Mr. Ziyuan Ye for editing the video. This study got support from CIT Endowment & National Science Foundation (to JCD), Boswell fellowship (to QL) and High-level University Fund (No. G02386301, G02386401), Guangdong Natural Science Foundation Joint Fund (No. 2019A1515111038).
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James G. Boswell FoundationUNSPECIFIED
Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech)G02386301
Guangdong Natural Science Foundation2019A1515111038
Issue or Number:162
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Official Citation:Liu, Q., Nakahira, Y., Liang, Z., Mohideen, A., Dai, A., Choi, S.H., Pan, A., Ho, D.M., Doyle, J.C. WheelCon: A Wheel Control- Based Gaming Platform for Studying Human Sensorimotor Control. J. Vis. Exp. (162), e61092, doi:10.3791/61092 (2020)
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Deposited On:09 Sep 2020 22:06
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