• Our earlier blog briefly introduced the topic of EEG artifacts. Basically, artifacts are noise sources that have overlaid onto the EEG and corrupted the purity of the brainwave signal when they are present. This is where noise filtering electronics, special materials and industrial design techniques are necessary to reduce noise influences. Two artifact types deserve… Read More»

  • Merriam-Webster defines an algorithm as a step-by-step procedure for solving a problem or accomplishing some end. Algorithms can be developed for any process—from how to make your morning coffee to something as odd as establishing a friendship (diagram). In the biosensor world, you will hear phrases like EEG algorithms. What are EEG algorithms and what… Read More»

  • EEG Headset and brainwave toys

    In our previous blog, we introduced the idea of EEG frequency bands, which can basically be described as a fixed range of wave frequencies and amplitudes over a time scale. These bands are components of the overall EEG waveform captured at an electrode. Scientists use mathematical models such as Fast Fourier Transforms to extract the… Read More»

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    NeuroSky has the lowest cost headset with the most open development platform. If you are considering building a mobile app that has EEG integration, consider implementing MindWave Mobile compatibility to take advantage of hardware reach and developers resources. There are hundreds of thousands of apps on mobile devices for just about everything—from communication, education and… Read More»