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BCI has been traditionally applied to control scenarios. The counter-part to control is monitoring. Combine control and monitor together and suddenly BCI becomes a more multi-purpose and powerful tool.

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NeuroSky has the lowest cost headset with the most open development platform. If you are considering building a mobile app that has EEG integration, consider implementing MindWave Mobile compatibility to take advantage of hardware reach and developers resources.

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Wearable and mobile device manufacturers are beginning to discover why tracking heart rate variability (HRV) is an important tool for naturally reducing stress, increasing strength and endurance, as well as improving overall health.

Learn more: http://hubs.ly/y0X_WR0

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There are two primary technologies for measuring heart-rate metrics: ECG (electrocardiography) and PPG (photoplethysmography). When you download this side-by-side comparison, we outline how the solutions stack up against one another. http://hubs.ly/y0X_S00

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In the Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) world, the counter-part to control scenarios is monitoring. Find out the difference between the two and what can happen when you combine the two.

Read more: http://hubs.ly/y0XNVG0

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In the EEG world, a Brain-Computer Interface is known as a BCI. Learn more about the definition of BCI, as well as dive into what past purposes it has served and how has it evolved into the consumer BCI we see today. 

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EEG technology is evolving, and its rise in accessibility has been a rather recent phenomenon. How did such a complex technology become so portable and consumer friendly?

Learn more: http://hubs.ly/y0WdFv0

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EMG and EOG are read by the same electrode that captures EEG, and the waves essentially collide with one another, creating a real mess. EMG and EOG are not always present, but when they are, the EEG gets corrupted. So, what could possibly be good about EMG and EOG? 

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Ever imagine controlling TV with your mind? BBC has developed a way to make this reality using our MindWave Mobile and their iPlayer app.

Learn more: http://hubs.ly/y0W1cs0

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When investigating applications for biosensors—particularly electrocardiograms—one of the most common questions is whether or not there is a difference between the two abbreviations, #ECG and #EKG.

Is there a difference? Find out: http://hubs.ly/y0TD2m0
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