I have a cheap ECG/HRV/heart rate sensor module for Arduino, bought from Aliexpress. It has 3 electrodes: RA, LA, RL, which I guess mean right arm, left arm, right leg. The module outputs one single time series data, like one referenced electrode of an EEG.
I would like to use this cheap module to record blinks (one coarse channel is enough for this), with its electrodes placed around one eye. But I am stuck with this problem:
What I have found so far on the internet about EOG electrode placement says that the ground electrode should be placed somewhere on the forehead or near the ear/neck. But which of these 3 electrodes should be deemed as ground? What arrangement of the 3 electrodes would you advise? (What are the equivalents of these 3 electrodes in a commercial EOG sensor?)
I appreciate any helpful comment. Thanks in advance!