EEG Biosensors

  • The market for biosensor technology is growing at an incredible rate. In fact, it’s expected that it will reach an estimated value of over $22.5 billion by 2020. Just as demand is expanding, the technology behind biosensors is also reaching new heights. These advancements are changing the way everyone from health professionals to wearable and… Read More»

  • These days, everything is password protected, and unless you’re using one password for everything (something nobody would ever recommend), it can be difficult to keep them all straight. What’s worse, passwords aren’t foolproof. In fact, a survey from June of 2015 revealed that two in five people have been notified that their personal information had… Read More»

  • It’s awards season, and if you’re a movie buff, you’re probably spending all your spare time checking out the top nominees. Of course, after a while, it’s easy for even your favorite films to start blending together. If only there was some sort of dramatic twist you didn’t see coming! Spoiler alert: MyndPlay is that… Read More»

  • Woman With ALS with Communication Device

    Mind-Machine Interfaces (MMI) have become popular and increasingly accessible in the entertainment industry for gaming (think Throw Trucks With Your Mind) and for other hobbies (imagine controlling a drone’s flight just by thinking about where it should move). Beyond entertainment, MMI technology has even more potential to change lives by providing vital warning signs to… Read More»

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    The advancement of wireless EEG (electroencephalogram) sensor technology is rapidly changing the way we interact with the world. Through the use of EEG headsets, EEG sensors measure the brain’s electrical activity, or brainwaves. In early research, EEG testing was invasive and complex. It typically involved the use of silver needles and electrode attachments to the scalp,… Read More»

  • MindScribe Active Brain to BrainWave Headset to Communication App

    Communication is movement. Whether you’re speaking, signing, writing, typing, or texting, communication from person to person is dependent in some way on the movement of the body. So, what happens when someone can no longer move their body? Diseases like ALS, serious injuries, and other types of trauma can cause locked-in syndrome, which is a… Read More»

  • Therapeutic mindfulness support is becoming more and more available online. Mobile mental health resources can now be accessed as easily as your favorite social media app, and the commercial availability of biosensor-enabled wearables means it’s getting easier to bridge the gap between self-directed mindfulness technology and in-office therapy. Once the exclusive domain of yogis and… Read More»

  • Neuromarketing and EEG: Measuring Engagement in Advertising

    Neuromarketing used to have a bit of a bad reputation. Some people in the scientific community scoffed at the idea of using EEG or other brain-imaging technologies to gather marketing data, and some consumers (who may have misunderstood the purpose of neuromarketing) found it creepy. Neuromarketing isn’t junk science, nor is it a sinister mind-control… Read More»