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Towards Neuroscience in the Everyday World: Progress in wearable fNIRS instrumentation and applications

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Wearables and machine learning have opened up a new field of research, the Neuroscience of the Everyday World. We present our recent contributions to fNIRS instrumentation (ninjaNirs and ninjaCap) and multimodal analysis (BLISSA2RD and GLM with tCCA)

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