BioControl Systems

Neuro Interactive Technology

Product History

BioMuse 1 - 1987
Multi-channel programmable biosignal controller designed for brain-computer interface (BCI) and
human-computer interface (HCI) applications.

BioMuse 2 - 1989
Check out this 1989 CNN National News report

Eye motion video game controller - 1991
We visited Loma Linda Medical School to help a little girl try out a video game.

BioMuse 3 - Production version - 1992
First commercially available programmable BCI and HCI product.
CNN National News 1993.
Check out Anthony Lloyd playing air violin.

Hands Free Controller - 1996
Wireless EMG headband and armband for hands free mouse control

PS2 Video Game Controller - 2002
Game action controller using EEG, EMG, EOG, and ECG signals.
In conjunction with Sony Entertainment Inc.
Wireless Physiological Monitor - 2004
Wearable EMG and ECG module for continuous biometric monitoring

Telemuse - 2006
Wearable EEG, EMG, and ECG wireless module for continuous biometric monitoring

Wireless ECG Patch - 2009
The wireless ECG Patch can be worn anywhere on the torso to emphasize 
specific waves in the P-QRS-T complex.

PSG Headband for In-Home Sleep Monitoring - 2011
Wireless headband with 2 channel EEG, EMG, and EOG recording capability.
In conjunction with MetroSleep Inc.

Body Worn Sensor Network - 2013
Body worn LAN supporting EEG, EOG, ECG, and EMG sensors bands with smart clothing integration.
Sensor data is processed and uploaded to smart phone or other network.
Developed by Senstream Inc. using Biocontrol sensors.

EEG, EMG, and ECG lightweight wireless wearables - 2014



The BioVolt headband is a sophisticated neurological signal acquisition device that captures high quality EEG, EOG, and EMG signals. This compact unit has all the power of a laboratory EEG machine distilled into an easy-to-use wearable band.

In addition to versatile neuro-signal monitoring capabilities, the BioVolt also enables neuro-interactive applications through the use of MAX software.  For instance you can play the “body electric” by using thought and glance to control MIDI musical instruments.  Or, you can manipulate video images with subtle eye movements or mental gestures – to name only a couple of possibilities.




The BioFlex sensor band captures laboratory quality EMG data from arm and leg muscles. BioFlex converts EMG signals into a form usable by a computer for data display and interactive applications. BioFlex users enjoy playing virtual musical instruments through EMG gesture capture.



The BioBeat ECG module captures medical grade ECG signals from the chest a nd torso. It can be used hand-held on the sternum, for instance, or worn longer term using the included 1 meter elastic torso strap. The E-Z Sense™ sensors require no skin prep in order to quickly capture good quality ECG.