Tuesday, November 27, 2012

The Team!

Vincenzo Alexander

Robert Davis

 Chuck Mallock

Donna Cohn

What is EEG Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback training is EEG (brainwave)
biofeedback. During typical training, one or
more electrodes are placed on the scalp and
one or two are usually put on the earlobes.
Then, high-tech electronic equipment provides
real-time, instantaneous feedback (usually auditory
and visual) about your brainwave activity. The electrodes allow us to measure the electrical patterns coming from the brain—much like
a physician listens to your heart from the surface
of your skin....
Ordinarily, patients cannot reliably influence
their brainwave patterns because they lack
awareness of them. However, when they can
see their brainwaves on a computer screen a
few thousandths of a second after they occur,
it gives them the ability to influence and gradually
D. Corydon Hammond
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA)

Saturday, November 24, 2012


Welcome to the Tactile EEG Feedback Device project blog! This is the place where updates and progress on the device will be documented. A quick lesson on EEG feedback coming soon...