Project: Brain To Brain Machine Interface For All Living Beings- 1st Phase Completed
18 Nov , 2016
SSET is proud to announce that a Research Team led by Prof. Sunil Jacob is currently working on a project titled "Brain To Brain Machine Interface for All Living Beings" at the Brain Signal Analysis Research Lab at SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Kerala. As they have completed the initial phase of the work , they have come up with a video of the work underatken so far available at
In this video the team demonstrates the dissection of the brain, their first work in Brain Signal Analysis Research Lab at SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Kerala, India. This video is the starting phase of their project titled "Brain To Brain Machine Interface for All Living Beings", the first phase is already funded by IEEE. The main objective of this dissection is to understand the various parts of the brain, its functions and to find out the most appropriate position for placing the EEG electrode. If the EEG electrode is perpendicular to the neuron electrical activities, they will get the maximum signal strength. Normally humans understand the animal behavior by just observing their activities.
One of the objectives in this project is to understand the exact feelings of the animals by extracting and analyzing the EEG signals from their brain. The project is headed by Prof. Dr. Sunil Jacob, SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Kerala, India. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org .