Some time ago we (three DTU researchers) got in-the-ear EEG devices from the Preben Kidmose group in Aarhus. These devices are made via casting to fit the individual ears. Tiny electrodes wired to a small plug are fitted on the plastic shell. There is a hole in the shell, so sounds from the environment travels through to the ear drum.
In-the-ear EEG device
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