The EEGFIT Project
The EEGFIT project aims to exploit the enhanced (so-called Fringe P3) EEG brain wave response to facial images that bear resemblance to a criminal suspect and, in this way, generate facial composite images more accurately and rapidly.
From the practical perspective, the key innovation is the ability to directly access the brain's recognition responses and bypass the extensive verbal interaction between witness and operator that is currently required to produce satisfactory facial likenesses. The project completes in late 2020. Please contact us if you are interested to know more.