Brainwave Manipulation

Electroenephalography (EEG) is the measurement, in real-time, of brain waves. It requires the use of electrodes that are placed on the scalp. An amplifier and a visualization software are then used to graph the brains electrical activity.

EEG graphing hit the mainstream recently. The non-invasive sensors are placed on the scalp and forehead. Clinical-grade caps include far more sensors than their cheap counterparts and pick up electrical activity from the 8 major brain regions, which are: the frontal, parietal, occipital and temporal lobes, as well as the limbic system, the brain stem, the cerebrum and cerebellum.

Together, these eaves-dropping sensors give us a picture of whats going on in someones head in real time.

The Monroe Institute founded more than 30 years ago by Robert Monroe, pioneered an auditory method for alternate brainwaves, using Bianaural Beat technology. Monroe and his students claim that by using binaural beats in controlled conditions, we can learn to access higher states of consciousness, leave our bodies and engage in boundless astral travel. While this claim is quite radical, the therapeutic power of brain entrainment using binaural technology is not.

Clinicians have learned not just to measure but to also manipulate brainwaves in non-invasive ways. In Neuropsychology, therapists use methodologies like LENS, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or learning-based neurofeedback, to alter undesirable brain states. These methods can help people with a myriad of issues like chronic pain, anxiety, depression or PTSD.

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Specification of EEG Machine

Input Impedance – 100 Mega Ohms

Input/Noise - <1.5 micro V p-p

Sampling Rate – 1000 Hz or more

Bandwidth – 0.0x – 300 Hz (600)

Channels – 32, 64 +2 ECG

Analog/Digital Conversion – 24 bits

Amplification – 10 000 or higher

Electrodes to Collect Human Brain Signal – Dry

Microcomputer Automatic Analysis

50/60 Hz filter to remove Power Noise

EEG Detection and Noise Filters to remove Eye Movement, Muscular and Cardiac Pulses

FFT Transformation

EEG Head Cap


Analysis done: 9/9/2020, check new equipment on the market

Neuro-Spectrum-65 from Neurosoft

TMS – Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

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I-motion EEG Guide 2019

EEGLab - San Diego State University

PracticalMEEG is an intensive three–day training to MEG and EEG data
analyses. It provides the attendees with the ability to create a full
analysis pipeline with exemplar data in one of the four leading software
dedicated to MEG and EEG analysis:

Brainstorm - Brainstorm is available in two forms: an open-source Matlab application (Matlab license required) and a standalone Java executable (free). Both are available for download in the same package.

FieldTrip - FieldTrip is the MATLAB software toolbox for MEG, EEG and iEEG analysis, which is released free of charge as open source software under the GNU general public license. FieldTrip is developed by members and collaborators of the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour at Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

EEGLAB - Over the last 17 or more years, EEGLAB (Delorme & Makeig, 2004), has become a very widely used environment for human EEG and other related data analysis, with contributions from dozens of programmers, plug-in tool authors, and users. This new (2021), revised version of the EEGLAB documentation is hosted on for ease of use and updating

MNE-python - Open-source Python package for exploring, visualizing, and analyzing human neurophysiological data: MEG, EEG, sEEG, ECoG, NIRS, and more.