A Simple EEG Experiment

Carrying out an EEG experiment is complex, expensive and time-consuming. This blog post is meant to provide a series of guidelines by focusing on a concrete experiment. Hopefully this will teach you some basic concepts regarding experimental design in general and it might also save you some time and money by not falling into typical […]

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. […]

SSVEP-based BCI managing your favorite music playlist!

EU-funded project AsTeRICS was born with the main objective of developing a support platform to facilitate and improve communication resources of people with motor disabilities, with no cognitive impairment, no perceptual limitations (neither visual nor auditory) and with basic skills in using technologies such as PCs, cell phones, electronic agendas, etc. For most potential users […]

EEG Signal Processing for Dummies

As promised in my previous post about Event-Related Potentials, I will explain the basics and standard steps commonly used in the analysis of EEG signals. There is a lot of literature and many concepts are involved in the field of EEG signal processing, and some of them can get very technical and difficult. That is […]