Category Archives: Publications

EMOTIV EPOC: 10 years of peer-reviewed research

map of EMOTIV EPOC global projects

Commercially-made low-cost electroencephalography (EEG) devices have become increasingly available over the last decade, thanks to the ease in acquiring EEG signals outside the traditional laboratory setting. As one of the first portable EEG devices available to consumers, our wireless 14-channel headset, EMOTIV EPOC, demonstrated the feasibility of low-cost neuroimaging outside of research laboratories. Worldwide neuroscientists […]

Next-Gen Digital Experiences Read Emotions (Wall Street Journal and Deloitte)

EMOTIV MN8 and President Prof. Olivier Oullier are featured in the ‘Improving Worker Wellness and Performance’ section of an article published by Deloitte CIO Insights and Analysis in the Wall Street Journal. Together with UBS Wealth Management USA and IPsoft, EMOTIV shares how AI capabilities help to create intelligent digital experiences that are tailored to […]

Decoding of the Relationship between Brain and Facial Muscle Activities in Response to Dynamic Visual Stimuli

fractal dimension of EEG signal chart

ABSTRACT In this research, for the first time, we analyze the relationship between facial muscles and brain activities when human receives different dynamic visual stimuli. We present different moving visual stimuli to the subjects and accordingly analyze the complex structure of electromyography (EMG) signal versus the complex structure of electroencephalography (EEG) signal using fractal theory. […]

Physiological State and Learning Ability of Students in Normal and Virtual Reality Conditions: Complexity-Based Analysis

ABSTRACT Background: Education and learning are the most important goals of all universities. For this purpose, lecturers use various tools to grab the attention of students and improve their learning ability. Virtual reality refers to the subjective sensory experience of being immersed in a computer-mediated world, and has recently been implemented in learning environments. Objective: […]

Empowering 8 Billion Minds: Enabling Better Mental Health for All via the Ethical Adoption of Technologies

By P. Murali Doraiswamy, Elisha London, Peter Varnum, Barbara Harvey, Shekhar Saxena, Simon Tottman, Sir Philip Campbell, Alvaro Fernández Ibáñez, Husseini Manji, Mohammad Abdul Aziz Sultan Al Olama, I-han Chou, Helen Herrman, Sung-jin Jeong, Tan Le, Caroline Montojo, Bjarte Reve, Karen S. Rommelfanger, Charlotte Stix, Nitish Thakor, Kim Hei-Man Chow, Andrew E. Welchman, Vanessa Candeias […]