What is EEG: EEG stands for electroencephalography, which is a non-invasive technique used to measure and record electrical activity in the brain. It involves placing electrodes on the scalp to detect and amplify the electrical signals produced by the brain. These signals, known as brainwaves, can provide insights into brain function and activity.

Electrode Placement: Check above image for correct electrode placement

Data Visualization: The Lab Streaming Layer (LSL) is a system designed for real-time data streaming and recording. We have provided a python script for EEG located in the GitHub repository used to read the data from serial and create an LSL stream. Following is a screenshot of EEG data captured with Synapse.

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