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Biomimetic materials are human-made objects that mimic natural materials, while Electrooculography is a method that is used to observe and record eye movements. 
The system uses dual-channel EEG (electroencephalography), 2-channel EOG (electrooculography), submental electromyelography (EMG), tibial EMG, oral and nasal airflow (by the thermistor and nasal cannula), thoracic and abdominal movements, body position, snoring, ECG and pulse oximetry recordings were obtained (> 6 hours).
presented, in the article entitled "Study the different level of eye movement based on electrooculography (EOG) Technique", the effect of different levels of eye movement strength on the EOG signal.
NEC 1253 Amplifiers (time constants of 0.01s, 0.3s, and 10s, respectively) were used for continuously recording the fEMG, electroencephalogram (EEG), and vertical electrooculography (EOG) activities.
The majority of the methods that use physiological signals use data from ECG, electroencephalogram (EEG), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), GSR, electrooculography (EOG) and/or BVP sensors.
Often a virtual keyboard is used to write with eyes using optical or electrooculography (EOG) based tracking systems.
The electrodes were attached onto the Electro-Cap according to the international 10-20 system, with 4 additional electrodes for the electrooculography (EOG) recording [24].
These include the use of individual report scaling questionnaires [4], eye blink pattern using camera systems or Electrooculography (EOG) [10], and heart rate variability by Electrocardiography (ECG) [11].
It can be categorized into four categories: infrared-oculography (IROG), scleral search coil method (SSC), electrooculography (EOG), and video-oculography (VOG).
In fact, ICA has long been applied to EEG preprocessing [20-27] including electrooculography artifacts removal.
Soekadar, "Enhancing brain-machine interface (BMI) control of a hand exoskeleton using electrooculography (EOG)," Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, vol.
In many of these approaches a reference signal is needed, such as recordings from electrocardiography (ECG) and electrooculography (EOG), which is used to identify the features of interest.