In-Ear EEG Makes Unobtrusive Brain-Hacking Gadgets a Real Possibility

Brain hacking gadgets could soon be an unobtrusive part of daily life, thanks to EEG sensors that fit snugly inside the ear. Two research groups are making progress on discreet devices that offer reliable brain data—and that reliability is a key point. A few neuro gadgets for consumers have already hit the market, but it’s not at all clear that they deliver the promised brain data.

Read the full article in IEEE Spectrum.