Controlling Lights With Your Eyes

This semester in college, I took a class called Instrumentation in Biomedicine in which I learned the basics of signal processing for medical applications. For the class’s final project, my team worked on EOG (electrooculography) technology. Essentially, electrodes attached to someone’s temples send…
By: watchmeflyy

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