Sleep phases

Joey King jking at ut-emx.uucp
Tue Feb 18 19:28:10 EST 1992


EOG interface to a computer to collect the data, and then use the computer to
control the alarm.  The only real problem is having to apply and stabilize
the elctrodes each night before going to sleep.  There might be some simpler
way of detecting REM or dreaming activity.  However, I am not sure of the 
other physiological effects of dreaming.  You might want to post the question
in comp.human-factors or comp.cog-eng.

Joey King
Cognitive Psychology Lab                         Human Interface Technology Lab
Southwestern University                          Washington Technology Center
jking at emx.utexas.edu                             jking at hitl.washington.edu



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