A P 300-based Quantitative Comparison between the Emotiv Epoc Headset and a Medical Eeg Device

@inproceedings{Duvinage2012AP3,
  title={A P 300-based Quantitative Comparison between the Emotiv Epoc Headset and a Medical Eeg Device},
  author={Matthieu Duvinage and Thierry Castermans and Thierry Dutoit TCTS and Guy Cheron},
  year={2012}
}
EEG-based systems have been the most widely used in the field of Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) for two decades. Plenty of applications have been proposed from games to rehabilitation systems. Until recently, EEG recording devices were too expensive for an end-user. Today, several low-cost alternatives have appeared on the market. The most sophisticated of these low-cost devices is the Emotiv Epoc headset. Some studies reported that this device is suitable for customers in terms of performance… CONTINUE READING
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