Jakob Larsen: My Experience with a Smartphone Brainscanner

April 13, 2012

 Jakob Larsen and his team at the Mobile Informatics Lab at the Technical University of Denmark have developed a way to build a real-time 3-D model of your brain using a smartphone and the Emotiv EPOC game controller headset. In the Ignite talk below, Jakob describes how the fourteen sensors in this mobile EEG device rival a traditional lab EEG setup, and where he sees this inspiring project going. (Filmed at the QS Europe conference in Amsterdam.)

My experience with a smartphone brainscanner by Jakob Eg Larsen from Quantified Self Amsterdam on Vimeo.

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