eeg with arduino

hello to all
I would like to build an EEG with Arduino. There are many projects on the net. I was wondering what is the most valid? I would measure 14 EEG channel names based on the International 10-20 locations are: AF3, F7, F3, FC5, T7, P7, O1, O2, P8, T8, FC6, F4, F8, AF4.

Can you help me with this project? thanks

http://openeeg.sourceforge.net/doc/hw/

The modular analog boards have two channels each (each channel has a + and a - electrode).

You have 14 electrode locations so that's 7 pairs or 4 boards worth.

that is, how should I build?
can you be more clear?

ruvido:
that is, how should I build?
can you be more clear?

Buy the kits and build according to the build instructions?

Pick your board: Arduino - Compare
Personally, I like the Mega2560 due to maturity.

Before you buy anything, research the required amplifiers needed for EEG. Are you going to buy a headset or build? What electrodes? Are you technically "up" to designing and building the amps? http://www.teuniz.net/12-ch_EEG_amplifier/

Flow ---> electrode ----> instrumentation amps ----> filtering -----> Arduino

I was wondering what is the most valid?

I think you should make that decision. However, if the decision comes down to an Arduino concern, ask your question but be specific.

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