Use Cases

EEG provides a window into the functioning brain. By observing behavior and brain activity, neuroscience researchers can gain insight into how the two are correlated. Typically this involves monitoring EEG during well defined brain states or in cognitive tasks. EEG is also clinically used in the detection and characterization of epileptic seizures, brain lesions (from tumors, stroke or others), coma, monitoring in anesthesia or in the study of sleep, for example. Recently, we and other research groups have been developing EEG biomarkers for neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease, with promising results. Our technologies, Enobio and Starstim now make it possible to easily record quality EEG in the lab, clinic or at home for any of these applications.

Patients can use neurofeedback to learn to modulate their EEG using audiovisual feedback of their brain activity – an approach shown to be effective in ADHD, for instance.

EEG provides a unique opportunity in terms of temporal resolution, wearability and cost compared to other neuroimaging techniques when it comes to potential Human Computer Interaction applications. The field of Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) is largely based on EEG for these reasons. Another field, known as Affective BCI, seeks to develop measures of the affective state of a user based on their EEG and other physiological measures.

Transcranial Current Stimulation (tCS or tES as it is also called, including tDCS, tACS and tRNS) is a non-invasive form of electrical neuromodulation. It is being intensely used in basic neuroscience and clinical research. Recent studies by several groups worldwide indicate that tCS holds significant potential in the treatment of chronic pain, stroke rehabilitation, depression, addiction and cognitive enhancement.

Images and sounds are used to translate thoughts and emotions detected by measuring brain activity with the Neuroelectrics® Enobio

Visualize and Listen to your Emotions

Credits to: summer76music

AIDE systems uses Enobio to identify residual abilities, behaviours, emotional state and intentions of the user

AIDE Project: Adaptive Multimodal Interfaces to Assist Disabled People in Daily Activities

Neuroelectrics® Enobio has been used by the European Project AIDE as part of a multimodal aimed to help severely disabled people to interact with the devices present at their...

Neuroelectrics in Spanish Radio TV Española (La2)

Interview with Alejandro Riera about the brain-to-brain communication experiment (Spanish) - starts at 19:03

Oficiorama, a new TV show from La 2 about future jobs, has come to visit us at our Neuroelectrics premises. In this video we can see an interview with Alejandro Riera, PhD about our breakthrough experiment...

Game changing innovation

Neuroelectrics in Stephen Hawking's Program

Stephen Hawking's Science of the Future investigates the very latest game changing innovations. The barriers between the physical and virtual...

Ted talk by Giulio Ruffini

TEDx Barcelona. Brain to brain comunication

I would like to tell you a story today that started 40 some years ago.
When my siblings and I were little, our mom would have us play a fun game … well, I remember this happening around 1975. The...

The Guttmann Institute (Institut Guttmann) is combining virtual reality and non-invasive stimulation to help patients in pain

Treating neurophatic pain with non-invasive brain stimulation

Neuropathic pain arises from or is caused by a lesion or disease affecting the somatosensory nervous system. It is a sign of poorly adaptive neuroplasticity in the nervous system. One of the mechanisms...

Advanced Research for Future Applications - Hyperinteraction

A Direct Brain-to-Brain Interface in Humans for Conscious Communication

Human sensory and motor systems provide the natural means for the exchange of information between individuals, and, hence, the basis for human civilization. The recent development of brain-computer interfaces...

How Electric Currents Could 'Boost' Brain

Neuroelectrics in "sky NEWS"

Scientists at the University of Oxford are experimenting with using electricity to enhance brain power.

Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) works by sending weak electric currents through...

Pushing the limits of human performance

Red Bull & Neuroelectrics Experiment

Top athletes and scientists from Burke / Cornell joined together at Red Bull Headquarters in Santa Monica to study the role of the brain in sports and fatigue. According...

Panel discussion on the future of neurogaming

Ana Maiques, Palmer Luckey, Amir Rubin and Richard Marks in Neurogaming

Where are virtual reality technologies headed and how is game design and development taking advantage of the new opportunity space? How are technologies like motion control, haptics, and neurosensing being...

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