Brain Activity Monitor
MM 918 Brain Activity Monitor EEG Invention
Inventor William Murdoch
The Brain Activity Monitor is Detective William Murdoch's prescient version of the electroencephalogram (EEG) based on the research of British scientist Richard Caton, introduced in the final episode of Season 9 of Murdoch Mysteries


Cometh the Archer

  • When Julia is in a coma after emergency surgery, William builds the Brain Activity Monitor to prove that just because Julia's body isn't responding to stimuli doesn't mean that her mind isn't. 


  • Prop note: The device has 49 lights and, at times, 3 people are controlling them.


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