Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Brain sensors where subjects aren't covered in cables!

Brown University scientists have developed a low power brain sensor. They have published data testing the device in the latest issue of the journal Neuron. This idea is that these sensors can provide unique data collection as participants won't need to be covered in cables! They have found that the device could run continuously delivering a high rate of data for more than 48 hours, running on only a single rechargable AA battery.

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