Ultra-Low-Cost Wireless EEG BCI
An approx. 20 pound (GBP) open-source electroencephalogram (EEG)-based brain-computer interface (BCI) design intended to offer a financially and operationally accessible device that can be deployed on a mass scale to facilitate education and public engagement in the domain of EEG sensing and neurotechnologies. It is easy to use, with no specialized equipment required.
- Single channel bipolar EEG recording
- Adjustable headset with 3 dry electrodes
- Cross platform and device User Interface for production of Steady State Visually Evoked Potential (SSVEP) signals, at 3 frequencies
- On-device signal processing and decoding
- Education and public engagement in EEG sensing and neurotechnology
- James Teversham, Steven Wong, Bryan Hsieh, Adrien Rapeaux, Francesca Troiani, Oscar Savolainen, Zheng Zhang, Michal Maslik, Timothy Constandinou, "Development of an Ultra Low-Cost SSVEP-based BCI Device for Real-Time On-Device Decoding", bioRxiv 2022.01.29.478203; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.01.29.4782