EEG-Integrated race helmet

Freelance for UNIT9, 2019

I worked with a team at UNIT9 to develop an EEG-integrated race helmet as part of a larger project to analyze race car drivers' cognitive functions, such as attention and fatigue. I was responsible for the mechanical design of the EEG headset, from concept development to creation and testing of prototypes. Due to the confidential nature of the work I cannot disclose the specifics of the mechanical implementation, but a general overview can be found on the UNIT9 website:

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