A couple of weeks ago, I received the new Ganglion board from OpenBCI. This 200$, 4 channels EEG amplifier looks quite promizing. The board has a very interesting design. They got rid of the expensive ADS1299 EEG front-end for a fully custom solution made of discrete components. The amplification relies on the AD8237 differential amplifier and the digitalization is achieved by the MCP3912, a 4 channels, 24-bits ADC designed for power meters. I happen to know well this ADC since I also use the 6-channels version for my own EEG amplifier.
P300 with Muse EEG headband
I was interested in knowing whether it was possible to observe a P300 with a Muse 2016 EEG headset. EEG channels on the Muse are not positioned ideally for P300....
Reverse-Engineering Muse EEG headband Bluetooth protocol
Last september, Graeme Moffat sent me the last version of their Muse EEG headset for evaluation. Unfortunately, their SDK is only compatible with the 2014...
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