Member since: 2019
Organization: Universidad Autonoma De Tamaulipas
The latest version is probably best. I wouldn't recommend the first version.
Application Area: Record EEG data from VR/media users
"Aura by Mirai Innovation is advertised as "biosignals made easy". Although the interface is relatively easy to use, the helmet would benefit from a fixed set of electrodes or a hard helmet. The device does collect a large amount of noise. Also, the software could be improved, it requires the processing and filtering of data using an additional program. It would be great if there were more options for visualizing data, exporting data as graphics, or if the software included some processing functions. The software just exports lots of numerical data which needs additional software to be processed. As far as I'm concerned, this equipment is best for engineering and robotics, as it's not easy to integrate into other research areas."
Eight channels allow the acquisition of biosignals such as:
Electroencephalogram (EEG) signals (brain), Electromyogram (EMG) signals (muscle), Electroculogram (EOG) signals (eye), Electrocardiogram (ECG) (heart).
Store raw data in a simple file format such as CSV.
Transmit wirelessly to your computer for visualization and recording
Analyze biosignal data having the option of using your software packages of choice, including: AURA visualization – MATLAB and EEGLAB – open source EEG toolkit for MATLAB PYTHON SCRIPTS.