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A Direct Brain-to-Brain Interface in Humans Using the actiCAP

We describe, to our knowledge, the first direct brain-to-brain interface between two humans.
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How to use the Edit Channels transformation in BrainVision Analyzer 2?

The aim of the latest update is to offer a more straightforward and time effective manipulation of channel properties.
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5 BrainVision Analyzer 2 Tips and Tricks

5 Brain Vision Analyzer 2 Tips and tricks that will help you get the best Product experience 1. View only the channels that belong to the region of interest. You can use montages to group channels and optimize their presentation. You can access the menu under “Displa...
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Proceedings of EEG Spring School at King’s College London

The Spring School in EEG analysis is designed to provide primary training in both the collection and analysis of EEG data. The course provides a balance of both theoretical knowledge and practical data processing skills using BrainVision Analyzer 2.1 software. The course was set...
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A dry EEG-system for scientific research and brain–computer interfaces (using Brain Visions actiCap)

Thorsten Oliver Zander1*, Moritz Lehne1, Klas Ihme1, Sabine Jatzev1, Joao Correia1, Christian Kothe1,2, Bernd Picht3 and Femke Nijboer4 1 Team PhyPA, Berlin Institute of Technology, Berlin, Germany 2 Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience, Institute for Neural Computation,...
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Shorter term aerobic exercise improves brain, cognition, and cardiovascular fitness in aging

Physical exercise, particularly aerobic exercise, is documented as providing a low cost regimen to counter well-documented cognitive declines including memory, executive function, visuospatial skills, and processing speed in normally aging adults.
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Mind control drones

Take a look at this video on drones being controlled by just a person’s thoughts. I particularly like the reference to ‘the funny looking hat’… maybe for a news report she should have done her research a bit better!…
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Cybathlon 2016 – Sponsored by Brain Products

What was once just futuristic movies for our minds to expand out of the confines of reality and fragility of our own bodies. Cybathlon 2016 makes the next step… We’ve all seen the smash hit film Avatar, well we’re not quite there yet but we are certainly on the...
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British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience – Annual Scientific Meeting 12th & 11th September 2014

The programme will consist of a number of cross cutting themes (including attention, working memory, sensorimotor function etc) and the presentation of new research methods and techniques. In addition, there will be a lively social programme!  For full details of this even...
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