Friday, 23 September 2011

New App In The Brain Can Easily Monitor The Gray Matter

Ever wonder what goes on inside the space between the ears? Well, wonder no more - an application that scans the brain and monitor the electrical activity was created by Jakob Larsen example and his team at the Technical University of Denmark. He is currently working on the smartphone Nokia N900 and requires only a small EEG, available on the market (EEG) of the hull, making it portable enough to monitor the neural signals in the home, office, or even for a sports party. According to Larsen, the first time a phone is capable of supplying an EEG. Although it can not have the computing power of the hospital-based brain-scanning machines that could one day become a useful tool for those working in neurology, as well as a fun application for anyone s' interested in what goes on up there

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