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Veritas's goal is to create an electroencephalogram (EEG) helmet with a slideshow of images that could reliably help to identify an enemy.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Using sensors that record electroencephalograms (EEGs), or brain waves, Freie scientists are able to determine bioelectrical wave patterns for control commands like "left," "right," "accelerate," and "brake" in test subjects.
Women were excluded from the study because the menstrual cycle can have an effect on electroencephalogram (EEG of the University of Geneva.
Used with a wristband weighing only 100g, the device can detect whether or not there is apnea, and if any, its intensity, without technical, all-night testing of electroencephalogram at hospital.
2005) stated that the polyneuropathy with axonal polyneuropathy was verified by serial electroencephalogram and nerve conduction velocity studies.
An electroencephalogram showed generalized slow waves, consistent with severe diffuse encephalopathy.
The researchers also used an electroencephalogram to probe the participants' brain activity.
The findings give researchers hope that "certain blood and electroencephalogram [EEG] tests might be able to identify children who are more likely to become alcoholics," science writer Steven Stocker told the World Future Society, Bethesda, Md.