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EEG Recorded from the Ear: Characterizing the Ear-EEG Method
Highlights Auditory middle and late latency responses can be recorded reliably from ear-EEG. For sources close to the ear, ear-EEG has the same signal-to-noise-ratio as scalp. Ear-EEG is an excellentExpand
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Dry-Contact Electrode Ear-EEG
Ear-EEG is a noninvasive and discreet way of recording EEG, and has the potential to be used for long-term brain monitoring in real-life environments. Expand
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Reliability and concurrent validity of a novel method allowing for in-shoe measurement of navicular drop
BackgroundIncreased navicular drop is associated with increased risk of lower extremity overuse injuries and foot orthoses are often prescribed to reduce navicular drop. For laboratory studies,Expand
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A wearable ear-EEG recording system based on dry-contact active electrodes
This work reports an ear-EEG acquisition system with dry-contact active electrodes for future wearable applications. Expand
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A Novel Method for Measuring In-Shoe Navicular Drop during Gait
This paper describes the development of a thin, flexible and robust capacitive strain sensor for the in-shoe measurement of the navicular drop. Expand
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Physiological artifacts in scalp EEG and ear-EEG
We present a characterization of physiological artifacts generated in a controlled environment for nine subjects and demonstrated that spontaneous activity, in terms of alpha band oscillations, could be recorded from the ear-EEG platform. Expand
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Study of impedance spectra for dry and wet EarEEG electrodes
  • S. L. Kappel, P. Kidmose
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE…
  • 5 November 2015
We characterize the impedance for dry and wet EarEEG electrodes in a study of 10 subjects. Expand
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Accurate whole-night sleep monitoring with dry-contact ear-EEG
Sleep is a key phenomenon to both understanding, diagnosing and treatment of many illnesses, as well as for studying health and well being in general. Today, the only widely accepted method forExpand
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Dynamic navicular motion measured using a stretch sensor is different between walking and running, and between over-ground and treadmill conditions
BackgroundNon-invasive evaluation of in-shoe foot motion has traditionally been difficult. Recently a novel ‘stretch-sensor’ was proposed as an easy and reliable method to measure dynamic footExpand
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Developing an online steady-state visual evoked potential-based brain-computer interface system using EarEEG
The purpose of this study is to demonstrate an online steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP)-based BCI system using EarEEG. Expand
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