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Reiner Emkes
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How about taking a low‐cost, small, and wireless EEG for a walk?
S Debener, F Minow, R Emkes, K Gandras, M De Vos
Psychophysiology 49 (11), 1617-1621, 2012
5792012
Unobtrusive ambulatory EEG using a smartphone and flexible printed electrodes around the ear
S Debener, R Emkes, M De Vos, M Bleichner
Scientific reports 5 (1), 16743, 2015
3082015
P300 speller BCI with a mobile EEG system: comparison to a traditional amplifier
M De Vos, M Kroesen, R Emkes, S Debener
Journal of neural engineering 11 (3), 036008, 2014
1472014
Exploring miniaturized EEG electrodes for brain‐computer interfaces. An EEG you do not see?
MG Bleichner, M Lundbeck, M Selisky, F Minow, M Jäger, R Emkes, ...
Physiological reports 3 (4), e12362, 2015
972015
Embodied neurofeedback with an anthropomorphic robotic hand
N Braun, R Emkes, JD Thorne, S Debener
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-13, 2016
402016
EEG recording and online signal processing on android: A multiapp framework for brain-computer interfaces on smartphone
S Blum, S Debener, R Emkes, N Volkening, S Fudickar, MG Bleichner
BioMed research international 2017, 2017
312017
Flex-printed forehead EEG sensors (fEEGrid) for long-term EEG acquisition
S Blum, R Emkes, F Minow, J Anlauff, A Finke, S Debener
Journal of neural engineering 17 (3), 034003, 2020
132020
Investigating priming effects of physical practice on motor imagery-induced event-related desynchronization
M Daeglau, C Zich, R Emkes, J Welzel, S Debener, C Kranczioch
Frontiers in psychology 11, 57, 2020
122020
Building an ear-EEG system by hacking a commercial neck speaker and a commercial EEG amplifier to record brain activity beyond the lab
MG Bleichner, R Emkes
Journal of Open Hardware 4 (1), 2020
92020
A SMALL AND WIRELESS EEG SYSTEM TO GO: P300 BCI PERFORMANCE COMPARISON WITH A TRADITIONAL AMPLIFIER
S Debener, M Kroesen, R Emkes, M De Vos
Psychophysiology 50, S41-S41, 2013
12013
NINE TO FIVE CEEGRIDS: NEAR INVISIBLE, UNOBTRUSIVE EVENT-RELATED EEG USING A SMARTPHONE AND FLEXIBLE PRINTED CIRCUITS AROUND THE EAR
S Debener, R Emkes, M De Vos, M Bleichner
Psychophysiology 52, S10-S10, 2015
2015
SciGRID International Conference on Power Grid Modelling
M De Vos, M Kroesen, R Emkes
Assessing concentration levels through ear-EEG: a comparative study between conventional and mobile EEG systems
G Crétot-Richert, M De Vos, S Debener, R Emkes, J Voix
Brain-Computer Interfaces on Android
S Blum, S Debener, R Emkes, N Volkening, S Fudickar, M Bleichner
The influence of prior physical practice on neurophysiological correlates in a reach-to-grasp motor imagery training paradigm
M Daeglau, C Zich, R Emkes, J Welzel, S Debener, C Kranczioch
Group 50, 0, 0
A low-‐cost, small and wireless EEG to go
S Debener, F Minow, R Emkes, K Gandras, M De
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