The In-the-Ear Recording Concept: User-Centered and Wearable Brain Monitoring

@article{Looney2012TheIR,
  title={The In-the-Ear Recording Concept: User-Centered and Wearable Brain Monitoring},
  author={D. Looney and P. Kidmose and C. Park and M. Ungstrup and M. L. Rank and K. Rosenkranz and D. Mandic},
  journal={IEEE Pulse},
  year={2012},
  volume={3},
  pages={32-42}
}
The integration of brain monitoring based on electroencephalography (EEG) into everyday life has been hindered by the limited portability and long setup time of current wearable systems as well as by the invasiveness of implanted systems (e.g. intracranial EEG). We explore the potential to record EEG in the ear canal, leading to a discreet, unobtrusive, and user-centered approach to brain monitoring. The in-the-ear EEG (Ear-EEG) recording concept is tested using several standard EEG paradigms… Expand
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