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Video Demo: Mobile and Wireless EEG Dry MEMS Electrodes

These videos provide a demonstration of the mobile and wireless EEG dry biosensors that are being developed in a collaborative effort between Dr. Tzyy-Ping Jung and his colleagues at the Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience at UCSD, and researchers at National Chiao-Tung University (NCTU) in Taiwan, under the direction of IEEE Fellow Dr. Chin-Ten Lin.

Download the videos:

Demonstration of a working unit of mobile and wireless EEG using dry MEMS electrodes and amp/ADC/Bluetooth: NCTU-UCSD-Mobile-EEG.wmv (9.2 Mb)

Taiwan Television segment showing a demonstration of the mobile and wireless EEG using dry MEMS electrodes: NCTU-Mobile-EEG-Taiwan-TV.wmv (2.2 Mb)

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