Measuring brainwave activity for London-based study

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Dear Colleagues,

If you are in London between 1st and 6th April and fancy taking part in measuring brainwave activity using a 19-lead EEG (electroencephalography) machine please contact Tony Steffert at tony@qeeg.co.uk. He will be able to supply you with more information. The project should definitely be of interest to Quantified Self members as it involves smart home technology.

Best wishes,

Dr Duncan Banks

Director of Work-based Learning (Health Sciences)

School of Life, Health and Chemical Sciences
The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA, United Kingdom
T: +44 (0)1908 659198 | M: +44 (0)7790 178513 | E: duncan.banks@open.ac.uk | S: duncan.banks
http://science-people.open.ac.uk/d.banks

Ask Professor Steffert to bring his kit to QS17…

Could you give me more information about QS17?

Hi Duncan,

There will be a good group of self-trackers, self-experimenters, researchers, and toolmakers in Amsterdam on 17/18 June 2017 for our conference. It’s a very good place to try things and get well-informed feedback. Here’s a link: 2017 Quantified Self Conference.