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Code Monkey
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re: Plessey samples electric potential sensor
Code Monkey   10/12/2011 7:57:15 PM
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I think we're on our way to seeing non-contacting headbands as a PC input peripheral.

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Peter Clarke   10/11/2011 12:55:58 PM
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I happened to be in Belgium when the samplng announcement broke. But I have written about EPIC before, see links

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agk   10/11/2011 11:35:43 AM
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A great sensor and its video at http://www.plesseysemiconductors.com/media_video.html shows ECG,EEG and muscle signals. Beautifull video by seeing this a clear understanding of the above write up.Thanks to Plessy.

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Robotics Developer   10/11/2011 2:56:09 AM
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What a really neat technology with many applications. I can't wait to see this develop over time into un-thought of products and directions. I wonder what the limitations are and if they could be extended/expanded with DSP and finer grained structures? Gotta love the name "EPIC"!

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Etmax   10/11/2011 12:27:53 AM
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Interesting that the first we hear about this is from Belgium :-) I hope it works as promised, because current capacitive sensors don't always.

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_hm   10/10/2011 10:47:36 PM
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This is very exciting new technology. It is disruptive in nature and will change many products in market. Very eager to learn more about this device.



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