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Novel Noncontact Dry Electrode With Adaptive Mechanical Design for Measuring EEG in a Hairy Site
Electroencephalography (EEG) can provide vital and useful data in clinical diagnosis. The conventional EEG electrode with conductive gel (wet electrode) is most often used for measuring EEG. However, the wet electrode encounters the problem of dehydration for long-term measurement. Recently, different varieties of dry electrodes were proposed to beat the higher than issue, however measuring EEG during a bushy site continues to be a challenge for these electrodes. In this paper, a unique noncontact dry electrode with adaptive mechanical style is proposed to live EEG in a hairy web site while not conductive gel. The proposed noncontact dry electrode can measure EEG across the hair layer to reduce the influence of hair. By the adaptive mechanical design, the influence of motion artifact will also be effectively improved. From the experimental results, the proposed noncontact dry electrode will offer a smart performance of measuring EEG in a bushy website and a sensible ability to avoid the influence of motion artifact.
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