Emotiv Systems is an Australian[1] electronics company developing brain computer i nterfaces based on electroencephalography (EEG) technology.

The company was foun ded in 2003 by four scientists and executives: neuroscientist Professor Allan Sn yder, chip-designer Neil Weste,[2] and technology entrepreneurs Tan Le[3] and Na m Do.[4

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