NOTE: This post was originally created for Neurdon — a site created by a few nerds in my department (myself included) that is dedicated to neuroscience and technology. Visit Neurdon if you are indeed awesome.
A few months ago, a neuromarketing firm, NeuroFocus, announced to the world the first wireless full brain coverage dry EEG cap — Mynd. The heavens parted and the brain-computer interface (BCI) community bowed before this humble offering of EEG cap which doth not requireth copious amounts of electrode goo. And it was good.