Brain Computer Interface, or BCI, is a concept of communication in which brain and a computer are allowed to, ideally, have a direct two-way communication without the need of a proxy. This involves both reading the brain signals and writing onto the brain. It is now possible to read brain signals and still achieve relatively high signal fidelity without the need for invasive surgical procedures.
An electroencephalogram, or EEG, is one of the favourite technologies that one would look into for reading brain signals. In fact, due to the great temporal resolution of an EEG, it is deemed to be the appropriate apparatus for performing real-time BCI. One of the big problems with using an EEG, however, is the lengthy setup time to ensure appropriate electrode locations and good electrode-scalp contact. Avertus H10C offers the solution to this problem, providing the user a much faster setup given its framed-and-dry electrode based EEG hardware.