The goal of the Ear-EEG project, a collaboration between Imperial College London and Aarhus University, is a radically new solution to wearable brain monitoring . We are developing an in-ear device (like a hearing aid) that records brain function with a performance quality that is on par with standard systems, while at same time satisfying key user concerns about wearable technology .

EarEEG evolution Wilhelm ICL (v3)

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