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.
You want to analyze brain activity during exercise in your sports research. Then you are looking for an EEG–System that is wireless, easy to use, lightweight and wearable in order to cause minimum disturbance to the movement or physical tasks your subjects are performing while EEG is recorded.
Furthermore, you not only want to record EEG signals but also EMG signals from peripheral muscles or even autonomous responses, ECG and movement of your subjects with the help of accelerometers. And all of this without compromising data quality.
We have said it before, but it cannot be emphasized enough! Good data not only accelerates your day-to-day research, it is also the deciding factor for the quality and reliability of your results.
You are a sleep researcher and you are looking for a polygraphy system that is minimally invasive, can be applied quickly and easily, can be combined with any sensor and allows your subjects (after preparation) to sleep at home in an environment they are used to. For this, you need to have a system that offers the possibility to store all recorded data to internal memory, without needing to be connected to a heavy and complex recording computer.
All that is left is to apply the sleep cap, all desired peripheral electrodes for EOG, EMG a.s.o. and the desired sensors. Then enjoy the benefits of an easy-to-use, real time data display for optimization of signal quality. Once you are satisfied, start recording to internal memory and send your subjects home, carrying just the amplifier and nothing else.
You want to analyze and research cognitive states or workload under realistic circumstances, or while your subjects are performing complicated tasks (e.g. piloting a jet fighter). Then you are looking for an EEG system that is lightweight and wearable, quick to apply and is robust enough to reliably function and record good data under extremely hostile conditions without losing a single data point.
The above are only a few examples of application fields, where LiveAmp is a great fit.
To define the scope of development for the LiveAmp system, we examined existing systems in the market that are currently advertised for the previously mentioned application fields, as well as other applications such as BCI, ERP Research, etc. Our main focus was to extract and identify the individual advantages and disadvantages of these systems as seen from a user’s perspective.
LiveAmp combines the useful features that current systems have, and gets rid of their individual disadvantages. After a long and extensive development phase, we are thrilled to unveil LiveAmps’ capabilities and announce the official launch of this sleek new wireless EEG system.
LiveAmp will be officially released, and is available for purchase, from the 18th of October 2015 onwards.