In this study, 3D brain-computer interface (BCI) training platforms were used to stimulate the subjects for visual motion imagery and visual perception. We measured the activation brain region and alpha-band power activity when the subjects perceived and imagined the stimuli. Based on this, 4-class were classified in visual stimuli session and visual motion imagery session respectively. The results showed that the occipital region is involved in visual perception and visual motion imagery, and alpha-band power is increased in visual motion imagery session and decreased in visual motion stimuli session. Compared with the performance of visual motion imagery and motor imagery, visual motion imagery has higher performance than motor imagery. The binary class was classified using one versus rest approach as well as analysis of brain activation to prove that visual-related brain wave signals are meaningful, and the results were significant.