Acquistion of High Resolution Electroencephalogram Systems for Advancing Brain-Machine Interaction Research
Technical Report,01 Feb 2014,31 Aug 2015
University of Texas at San Antonio San Antonio United States
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The goal of this project is to acquire high performance Electroencephalogram EEG systems that enable real-time measurement of human brain activities at high spatial-temporal resolution in both laboratory and real-life environments. Our long-term vision is to develop a strong research and education center on brain machine interaction BMI at the University of Texas at San Antonio UTSA. By acquiring this system, we will significantly advance the ability of the UTSA faculty to conduct research and education in the area of BMI. We proposed to acquire two state-of-the-art Biosemi Active Two EEG device to enable real-time measurement of brain wave with highest possible resolution at a laboratory environment, and 2 additional dry electrode, wearable wireless EEG caps to measure brain activities in real life environment and for educational use. The proposed acquisition will be the first inclusion of high performance EEG systems at UTSA and offer key instruments essential for BMI and brain research and education. They will be an important addition to research and educational capability at UTSA and help advance the research and development of BMI and brain research in San Antonio.