Imperceptible electrooculography graphene sensor system for human–robot interface

@article{Ameri2018ImperceptibleEG,
  title={Imperceptible electrooculography graphene sensor system for human–robot interface},
  author={Shideh K. Ameri and Myungsoo Kim and Irene Kuang and W. K. Perera and Mohammed Alshiekh and Hyoyoung Jeong and Ufuk Topcu and Deji Akinwande and Nanshu Lu},
  journal={npj 2D Materials and Applications},
  year={2018},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-7}
}
Electrooculography (EOG) is a method to record the electrical potential between the cornea and the retina of human eyes. Despite many applications of EOG in both research and medical diagnosis for many decades, state-of-the-art EOG sensors are still bulky, stiff, and uncomfortable to wear. Since EOG has to be measured around the eye, a prominent area for appearance with delicate skin, mechanically and optically imperceptible EOG sensors are highly desirable. Here, we report an imperceptible EOG… 

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