What software do I use for EEG analysis?

In the previous post 5 Basic Guidelines to Carry Out a Proper EEG Recording Experiment Alejandro Riera explained how to perform a good EEG recording, with useful tips and common mistakes to avoid. Let’s say you followed the advices, and you already have a good EEG recorded. What now? Well, if you have experience with EEG, […]

Machine learning applied to affective computing (or how to teach a machine to feel)

In our last rendezvous on, ‘Affective computing (or how your PC will know how you feel)‘, I introduced different methodologies for emotion detection that configure the state- of- the- art. Methodologies for emotion detection from face expressions and from body gestures were exposed. Also methodologies from physiological signals, including EEG, galvanic skin response, heart rate […]

Affective Computing (or how your PC will know how you feel)

The term affective computing is commonly used to describe any computing that involves emotions, considering the concepts of emotions and affects as synonyms. This involvement can relate to detection, generation and/or mimicking of emotions. Whether those emotions are fake or real, human or synthetic isn’t discriminated. If you have a computing process dealing with emotions […]

Emotion Recognition Using EEG

Is it possible to recognize emotions with EEG? Well, short answer is yes, it is possible and it’s been done for years. However, to better understand what is done we should go over four questions: What, which, where and how. The first question we should address is: What are emotions? There are many approaches for […]