A Comparative Study of Low Cost Open Source EEG Devices†
AbstractA comparison of two open source electroencephalography devices designed to acquire signals associated to the brain activity is presented in this work. The experiments are developed considering the task of determining the user eye state i.e., open eyes or closed eyes, applying an algorithm based on computing the sliding Fourier Transform of the captured signals.
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Laport, F.; Vazquez-Araujo, F.J.; Iglesia, D.; Castro, P.M.; Dapena, A. A Comparative Study of Low Cost Open Source EEG Devices. Proceedings 2019, 21, 40.
Laport F, Vazquez-Araujo FJ, Iglesia D, Castro PM, Dapena A. A Comparative Study of Low Cost Open Source EEG Devices. Proceedings. 2019; 21(1):40.Chicago/Turabian Style
Laport, Francisco; Vazquez-Araujo, Francisco J.; Iglesia, Daniel; Castro, Paula M.; Dapena, Adriana. 2019. "A Comparative Study of Low Cost Open Source EEG Devices." Proceedings 21, no. 1: 40.
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