The image captures the SBS2 real-time brain imaging system in action on a Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The EEG data is being recorded using the Emocap system, which utilizes the Emotiv EEG wireless transmission setup. The photo displays the complete setup necessary for data acquisition, processing, and visualization.

Smartphone Brain Scanner

Smartphone Brain Scanner, a portable real-time neuroimaging system that combines low-cost wireless EEG sensors with smartphones. The system allows for real-time 3D source reconstruction and offers new opportunities for neuroimaging in natural settings.  the Smartphone Brain Scanner offers several benefits, including the ability to combine low-cost wireless EEG sensors with smartphones or tablets, which allows for mobile brain imaging in natural settings. The system also allows for real-time 3D source reconstruction, which is a significant advantage over traditional EEG equipment. However, the system also presents some technical limitations and challenges, which are discussed in the paper. [1]

[1] Stopczynski, A., Stahlhut, C., Larsen, J. E., Petersen, M. K., & Hansen, L. K. (2014). The smartphone brain scanner: a portable real-time neuroimaging systemPloS one9(2), e86733.

DARQ GPT ~ Holo Biofeedback session

Types of Neurofeedback

  • Holo Neurofeedback 
    Frequency/power neurofeedback
  • Slow cortical potential neurofeedback (SCP-NF) 
  • Low-energy neurofeedback system (LENS)
  • Hemoencephalography (HEG) neurofeedback
  • Live Z-score neurofeedback
  • Low-resolution electromagnetic tomography (LORETA)
  • Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)