Sleep monitoring with EEG?
Hey guys, has anyone investigated/made progress on using EEG for sleep? There are some promising looking journal articles describing the use of one two or even one electrode, to determine the different phases of sleep.
These wrist mounted sleep trackers really aren't very good. EEG is the best.
I think some kind of adhesive electrodes with a light, small data logger would be the best idea. I mean when you are tossing around with your head on a pillow, any kind of low cost headware is probably going to get messed up.
Any hot tips on suitable amplifiers, data loggers, electrodes, analysis software? I'm willing to hack stuff together etc. and indeed really wish these scientists publishing these articles would share their source code. The world is a bit nuts, the road to getting promising technology/techniques out there is ridiculous. There are various products that claim they can do this stuff but they are never ready to roll, and probably never will be. We do it like this or it doesn't get done, basically.