Developed by Belgium's research institute imec, Dutch R&D powerhouse Holst Center, and Panasonic, the system combines ease-of-use with ultra-low power electronics. EEG data are transmitted in real time to a receiver located up to 10 m from the system. The realization of this prototype is a next step towards reliable high-quality wearable EEG monitoring systems, according to the researchers.
The eight-channel wireless headset shown here is designed to diagnose epilepsy and help with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
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Prototype EEG headset