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Brain monitoring takes a leap out of the lab


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Dry EEG sensors easier to apply than wet sensors.

Still provide high-density/low-noise brain activity data – 64-channel.

Mobile sensors will allow researchers to track brain states throughout the day.

In future using a brain-machine interface might become as natural as using your smartphone is today.

The study was published in the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering journal.

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Company designing and manufacturing of Dry EEG Headsets and Electrodes.

Gert Cauwenberghs

Professor of Bioengineering and Co-Director at Institute for Neural Computation at UC San Diego.

IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering

Scientific journal providing information from the field of biomedical engineering.

Tim Mullen

Founder, CEO and Research Director at San Diego neurotechnology company Intheon