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The EMOTIV Library: a collection of news, videos, independent research studies, events and press mentions from around the web.

Fast Company: Tan Le

  There’s a reason computers, cell phones, and even basic remote controls come with instructions: We need to learn how to use them. "But imagine a device," says Tan Le, founder and president of Emotiv Systems, an electronics company focused on brain-computer interfaces, "that learns how...

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World First Brain Drone Race

An interesting test of one's cognitive ability and mental endurance requiring competitors to 'out-focus' an opponent in a drone drag race fueled by electrical signals emitted from the brain.     Wearable EEG systems have incredible potential for so many applications and the data we acquire is crucial...

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A Fitbit for the brain is around the corner

By Betsy Isaacson at Newsweek   Every time you blink, think or move, your brain generates electricity as individual neurons in the skull transmit information needed to make it happen. If we could detect the electrical signals produced by individual neurons, we could, in theory, read a...

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This Technology May Eliminate Student Daydreaming

By Feral Bell Abstract There are few things more frustrating for a teacher than seeing their students switch off during class. The time and energy spent checking whether children are actively listening or whether they have drifted off could certainly be better used elsewhere. Enter Emotiv, a US...

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Towards the bio-personalization of music recommendation systems: A single-sensor EEG biomarker of subjective music preference

Dimitrios A. Adamosa, Stavros I. Dimitriadisb, Nikolaos A. Laskarisb.  School of Music Studies, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124 Thessaloniki, Greece Abstract Recent advances in biosensors technology and mobile EEG (electroencephalographic) interfaces have opened new application fields for cognitive monitoring. A computable biomarker for...

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Nat Geo: This Is Your Brain on Nature

When we get closer to nature—be it untouched wilderness or a backyard tree—we do our overstressed brains a favor. WHEN YOU HEAD OUT to the desert, David Strayer is the kind of man you want behind the wheel. He never texts or talks on the phone...

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Nat Geo Explorers: Tan Le

Tan Le creates innovations that expand and improve the way our brains are studied and understood. She co-founded Emotiv Lifesciences to advance EEG technology, broaden participation in brain research, and create a new worldwide platform for sharing data. Tan Le wants us to put our heads...

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Fast Company: Chicago Ideas Week

Our brains are our body's most adaptive, powerful organ—and the least understood. With a new, mass-market technology, Emotiv, Tan Le aims to explore how our brains function in settings beyond the clinical. Le sits down with Chuck Salter to discuss the way our brains react...

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Introducing Neuroberry, a platform for pervasive EEG signaling in the IoT domain

5th EAI International Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare - "Transforming healthcare through innovations in mobile and wireless technologies", At London, Great Britain. Evdokimos Konstantinidis, Nicola Conci, Giorgos Bamparopoulos, Panagiotis D Bamidis   Abstract The emergence of inexpensive off-the-shelf wireless EEG (electroencephalography) devices led researchers to explore novel paradigms in the...

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Using Wireless EEG Signals to Assess Memory Workload in the n-Back Task

Human-Machine Systems, IEEE, 2015   Abstract Assessment of mental workload using physiological measures, especially EEG (electroencephalography) signals, is an active area. Recently, a number of wireless acquisition systems to measure EEG and other physiological signals have become available. Few studies have applied such wireless systems to assess cognitive workload and...

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Are we there yet? Exploring distance perception in urban environments with mobile EEG

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, The Bartlett, University College London, 2015   Abstract This paper explores the use of mobile EEG (electroencephalography) in the study of environmental perception and the ways the perception of physical measurements of a space may...

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Estimation of Eye Closure Degree Using EEG Sensors and Its Application in Driver Drowsiness Detection

Gang Li and Wan-Young Chung, Department of Electronic Engineering, Pukyong National University, Korea. 2014   Abstract Currently, driver drowsiness detectors using video based technology is being widely studied. Eyelid closure degree (ECD) is the main measure of the video-based methods, however, drawbacks such as brightness limitations and practical hurdles...

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