Brain Products is pleased to announce AmplifierSDK: a new, sophisticated C++ software developer kit for direct, low-level access to actiCHamp and LiveAmp. This adds to our collection of software development kits, completing the range of low-level, developer options for working with all EEG devices in our portfolio.
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This summer we introduced the lower channel count LiveAmp wireless amplifier systems, the LiveAmp 8 and 16. Now we are extending the line with a 64 channel version to complement the LiveAmp family. We believe the LiveAmp 64 to be the most flexible wireless high density EEG/ExG recording system. The system can be used with a wide range of innovative electrode technologies and sensors. In addition, there is an easy upgrade path all the way from 8 to 64 channels.
We are introducing two new versions of our LiveAmp mobile amplifier to enable EEG research that works with a low number of electrodes. The LiveAmp 8 and 16 enable high-quality wireless recording of 8 and 16 channels, respectively.
LiveAmp joins the Brain Products family of amplifiers (BrainAmp, actiCHamp and V-Amp) that can be used by the open-source community. This article shows how to use LiveAmp in OpenViBE, BCI2000 and LSL open-source frameworks.
The combination of LiveAmp with the LiveAmp sensor and trigger extension raises the popular Brain Products portfolio of sensors, (such as GSR, respiratory, movement, etc.) from stationary to fully mobile wireless measurement!
Official market release of LiveAmp – Brain Products’ new solution for superior quality mobile wireless EEG
LiveAmp is an ultra-lightweight, wearable amplifier. As it is wireless and allows you to store the data internally (exchangeable memory card), there are no mobility limitations. LiveAmp is easy and intuitive to use and extremely compact. Its technical specifications leave nothing to be desired and translate into outstanding signal quality.
Many of you might already be using the Wireless Trigger system to facilitate experiments that are utilizing the LiveAmp’s potential as a mobile amplifier. By pairing a single transmitter with multiple receivers, you can now maximize the possibilities of such a mobile experiment by adding more LiveAmps to run hyperscanning experiments.
Investigating mental workload-induced changes in cortical oxygenation and frontal theta activity during simulated flights: an interview with author, Anneke Hamann
In a recent publication, Anneke Hamann and Nils Carstengerde (German Aerospace Center, Institute of Flight Guidance) investigated pilots’ cognitive states using EEG & fNIRS and analyzed the effects of stepwise increased mental workload while controlling for fatigue. Here is an interview with the authors about their paper and their fascinating research.
You would like to start with EEG research, but you are unsure what amplifier works best for you? Given the range of possibilities, it can be hard to choose the best EEG amplifier for your research. If you could use some guidance, this article is a good start for you!
You would like to start with EEG research, but you are unsure what type of electrode technology works best for you? Given the range of possibilities, it can be hard to choose the best EEG system for your research. If you could use some guidance, this article is a good start for you!