A Micromachined Torsional Electric Field Sensor

Ligonde, Gardy.


  • Abstract: Neuroimaging is a relatively new discipline within medicine and psychology that is used to study the nervous system and can also help diagnose anomalies in cognitive functions. Unfortunately, the most popular techniques available (i.e. magnetic resonance imaging) are expensive, time-consuming, and inaccessible to most. Furthermore, emerging markets in virtual reality and education ... read more
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