After having a conversation with a couple of the more popular "consumer" level EEG makers such as
Versus, I have found that their monitoring abilities are either limited or altogether absent. The devices utility, while cool from a 3rd party controlled training standpoint, is neutered when it comes to just getting raw data and plotting it out in a manner that allows one to make their own interpretations and calls.
I would like to build my own device that can monitor from the very low < 0.5 hz all the way up to at least 200 hz. My goal is to feed that into my own software in order to keep a running graph for analysis, etc.
How would one go about building an EEG that has this level of sensitivity?