Real-Time Brain Monitoring on a Cell Phone Over NeuroScale
Intheon CTO Christian Kothe is in San Diego wearing a 21-channel Neuroelectrics Enobio EEG cap. The data is streamed live through the NeuroScale platform where we are removing artifacts and computing a real-time map of cortical brain activity and brain network connectivity (multivariate Granger causality). The resulting data is streamed to San Francisco where Intheon CEO, Dr. Tim Mullen, visualizes Christian’s 3D brain maps in real-time on his cell phone.
Details on the analytic pipeline can be found in our IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering paper here. To our knowledge, this is the first demonstration of such technology for real-time artifact rejection, functional brain mapping, and directed connectivity operating on a cell phone. Sign up for the NeuroScale beta at www.intheon.io and build your own next-gen brain-powered applications: anytime, anywhere!