Although the Brighton Immersive Lab primarily supports the development of VR and AR applications, we often find when these technologies are combined with others that some truly innovative ideas are found.

For this reason the Brighton Immersive Lab has recently acquired a new EMOTIV EPOC+, a 14 Channel mobile EEG headset. Designed for scalable and contextual human brain research and brain-computer interface applications. This headset enables immersive experiences to be influenced or even controlled by the users brain activity.

Additionally the device can be used to record high-quality raw EEG  data to research the impacts of specific immersive experiences on the brain.

Despite the advanced nature of this hardware it can be easily integrated into an immersive experience or research so please do get in touch if you or your business are interested in experimenting with this technology.


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