Virtual EEG at Indiana University

The VirtualEEG program is a software tool that allows the user to analyze a pre-existing dataset collected from a large number of observers and pictures. You can address fundamental questions relating to how the brain perceives different categories of pictures, and how consciousness evolves over time. To get started, download the appropriate version for your computer from the list below, or use the online version.

Java-based versions of the VirtualEEG program:


The movie below explains how this program works (click the play button in the lower left corner). Requires Adobe Flash.

The quicktime version of this movie is here.

Additional Information:


The original web-based versions of the VirtualEEG program has been replaced with the Java version above, and is no longer available.




The Mind Project.

Cognitive Science at Indiana University.

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