Novel semi-dry electrodes for brain–computer interface applications

@article{Wang2016NovelSE,
  title={Novel semi-dry electrodes for brain–computer interface applications},
  author={Fei Wang and Guangli Li and Jingjing Chen and Yanwen Y Duan and Dan Zhang},
  journal={Journal of Neural Engineering},
  year={2016},
  volume={13}
}
Objectives. Modern applications of brain–computer interfaces (BCIs) based on electroencephalography rely heavily on the so-called wet electrodes (e.g. Ag/AgCl electrodes) which require gel application and skin preparation to operate properly. Recently, alternative ‘dry’ electrodes have been developed to increase ease of use, but they often suffer from higher electrode–skin impedance and signal instability. In the current paper, we have proposed a novel porous ceramic-based ‘semi-dry’ electrode… 

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