Friday 12th September, 2014
10:30am to 11:10am
Electroencephalography is a simple and non-invasive way for individuals to create mind-machine interfaces. That said, there are several steps involved that could cause significant issues in properly collecting and interpreting the data. Together we will explore the fundamentals of EEG signals, as well as, the open source hardware, OpenEEG, which can be used to record them. We will also discuss topics that could lead to bad data collection and false readings such as aliasing, skin impedance, EMG signals, electrode placement, and more.
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