[Eeglablist] Physical vibrations affecting EEG results?

Tarik S Bel-Bahar tarikbelbahar at gmail.com
Thu Nov 2 19:17:54 PDT 2017


Hello David, you should be able test this out by recording in two different
scenarios. I would also be worried about the confounding impact on the
cognitive activity of the participants (e.g., being distracted by the noise
and/or vibrations). Best wishes.

On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 3:34 AM, BROOKES, David <dbrookes at glos.ac.uk> wrote:

> Hi,
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> Does anyone know the threshold limit for physical tremors/vibrations
> affecting EEG readings?
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> We are relocating the EEG lab to another room which is on the third floor
> of a building next to busy main road. When heavy trucks go past you can
> feel a physical tremor in the buildings floor and walls.
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> To this end, we are hiring some equipment to measure the vibrations
> (commonly measured in Peak Particle Velocity (PPV), Displacement and
> Acceleration) but we need to know what the limits are. Please can someone
> advise us on this?
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> Kindest Regards,
> David Brookes
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