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OpenBCI is an open-source brain-computer interface platform, created by Joel Murphy and Conor Russomanno, after a successful Kickstarter campaign in late 2013. OpenBCI boards can be used to measure and record electrical activity produced by the brain (EEG), muscles (EMG), and heart (EKG), and is compatible with standard EEG electrodes. The OpenBCI boards can be used with the open source OpenBCI GUI, or they can be integrated with other open-source EEG signal processing tools.

OpenBCI Company Profile

Founded in The United States around 2014, OpenBCI produces noninvasive hardware and end-user software.

OpenBCI makes tools for medical diagnosis and treatment through body/mind state interpretation and/or neurostimulation therapies, the assisted control of mechanical,electrical,and digital devices/applications and the objective measurement of subjective experiences through mind/body state interpretation.

BCI Categories: Open-Loop Efferent

Neurosensing Technique(s): EEG, EMG, ECG



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