Each time one of the 100 billion neurons in your brain activates, it generates an electrical signal. EEG sensors detect these signals and collect them for analysis.
Neurable uses wearable dry-EEG devices that do not require gel (or invasive surgical procedures to implant sensors directly in the brain!). Instead, our dry-EEG devices can be setup in a few minutes and provide research-quality EEG signals.
When classified using Neurable's signal processing and machine learning, Brain signals can be used for a variety of control methods from active control to passive affective computing.
Neurable uses Event-Related Potentials for active control. When exposed to a stimulus, the brain's response is predictable. Visual stimulus create P300 signals in the occipital lobe. In Neurable's telekinetic Awakening game, focusing on a flashing object allows you to select it, pick it up, and throw it, using only your mind.
Brain signals are difficult to interpret. Our research team uses signal processing and machine learning techniques to identify which neural features correlate with stress, calm, performance, and other cognitive states, and then turn them into actionable insights.
Neurable's technology is based in scientific research. Our research team of neuroscientists and ML experts build on peer-reviewed academic literature to create scientific experiments and publish results.