Data visualisation

Following our intent of providing the reader a complete guidebook to physiological data processing, we already talked about where to find data, or how to collect it, how to analyse it and which tools to use, and even how to face possible negative results. However, one of the important steps we didn’t yet cover is data visualisation. […]

On the importance of negative results

This blog has included a fair amount of posts about research studies, as well as about tools, procedures and tips. With all this content, we intend to give you all the ingredients to enter the fascinating world of research and applications of applied neuroscience. Let’s say you get inspired reading the blog and want to […]

8 BCI Software Apps you Can’t Live Without

A few months ago David Ibañez published a post with the top 3 applications for BCI. Today I intend to expand that list and review other software packages for BCI and offer you some other alternatives. This time we won’t only focus on packages ready to work out-of-the-box, so we’ll also include libraries and frameworks […]

Introducing Neuroelectrics’ Wiki!

At Neuroelectrics and Starlab we intend to stimulate activity in the areas we work in and we are convinced that one of the ways of achieving this is by publicly sharing our knowledge on different topics we find interesting. Following this philosophy, more than a year ago we started the blog you are now reading, […]

EEG in multimodal environments

We have been working lately on some applications that take EEG sensors out of the common lab and put them out in the cold, through applications that use EEG in multimodal environments, like virtual reality worlds, augmented reality set ups, sport training systems, etc. This brings a lot of new approaches, usages and opportunities to the EEG […]

Audio neurofeedback

Today, instead of writing about something I’ve worked on or something I know, I want to do something different: I want to learn about something together with you, the readers. There’s a particular application which I don’t know much about, and I’d like to learn or read about it. And I thought that writing here […]

Brain and proprioception in a TEDx event

Today I’m glad to introduce my colleague Anna Puig-Centelles to you. She is the author of today’s post, and very soon she will be joining the blog’s team! Last May, Starlab and HC2, among others, sponsored a TEDxBarcelona half-day event, with 11 talks and 3 videos presenting other TED talks from past events. The theme […]

What is EEG sonification?

In this post I want to talk to you about something quite different to anything else we discussed before: sonification and its combination with EEG. For those who don’t know what sonification is, a good and brief yet powerful definition is the process of transforming, possibly in a bijective way, an information of any type into […]

Where to find available EEG data?

With our previous posts, we have been trying to provide our readers with a complete set of knowledge and tools for working with EEG and other physiological signals. We presented the basics of EEG signal processing, the practical usage of EEG signal processing related to emotions or Alzheimer, useful technologies like machine learning, practical guidelines for […]

6 Ways to EEG Gold

Recording a EEG signal can be tricky. Many conditions, internal and external, can affect the signal that you want to obtain. The quality of the sensor, the correct placement of the electrodes, the appearance of interferences, or many other issues can modify the fidelity of the signal you finally record. In his last post, Dr. […]