Thursday, January 14, 2016

Real-time Neuroimaging and Cognitive Monitoring using Wearable Dry EEG

The researchers from the University of California, San Diego,  have developed a new EEG system with 64-channels to interpret and analyse the electrical brain activity using P300.

"We will be able to prompt the brain to fix its own problems," said Gert Cauwenberghs, a bioengineering professor at the Jacobs School and a principal investigator of the research. "We are trying to get away from invasive technologies, such as deep brain stimulation and prescription medications, and instead start up a repair process by using the brain's synaptic plasticity."

The article "Real-time neuroimaging and cognitive monitoring using wearable dry EEG" is available here.

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