The Science Behind Wisear
Human-Computer Interface. As a science-first company, since the very beginning we have backed all our R&D with the latest scientific breakthroughs.
Below is a short explanation of how our technology works.
How does it work ?
The Most Universal Human-Machine Interface
Human-Computer Interfaces are still limited
Over the years, humans have attempted to make human-computer interactions as effortless as possible, but the progress has been limited.
Brain & Bioelectrical activity tracking is still bulky
Until now, we have only been able to record brain electrical activity - called electroencephalogram or EEG - by placing multiple electrodes directly on the scalp. However, they require a clinical environment and the sizeand appearance of current devices for this type of recording have prevented their use by the public, both on a large scale and on a regular basis.
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From The Lab To Your Every Day Devices
The potential for Neural Interface is limitless
The extent of the potential use cases of neural activity interpretation is massive, ranging from hands-free controls to wellness & medical applications.
Unlock The Most Promising Use Cases
Publications, 2019 - Dry Contact Ear-EEG and 2017 - Physiological artifacts in scalp EEG and ear-EEG showcase that a new method called ‘Ear-EEG’ has shown good results, and that in-ear electrodes are capable of comparable EEG recording to those placed on the scalp. Very recent research, 2023 - At-home monitoring using generic Ear-EEG, confirms our choices in terms of electrode positioning.
Bring Them To Your Everyday Devices
We've spent the past 3 years collecting data and refining algorithms to bring forth the most robust controls leveraging Ear-EEG along with patenting this groundbreaking technology.