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DESCRIPTION OF A WEARABLE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY + FUNCTIONAL NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (EEG+FNIRS) FOR IN-SITU EXPERIMENTS ON DESIGN COGNITION
Proceedings of the Design Society
AbstractWe developed a wearable experimental sensor setup featuring multimodal EEG+fNIRS neuroimaging data capture applicable for in situ experiments at a lower financial threshold. Consistent application of a good protocol and procedure for sensor application and signal quality control is crucial for researchers to obtain valid data. This paper provides an exhaustive description of the sensor setup, the data synchronization process, procedure for sensor application, and signal quality control.doi:10.1017/pds.2021.94 fatcat:t4tomettize55nqrfdm2tko2oe