c-VEP BCI Speller

Combining Brain Products and MindAffect for a fast, robust and reliable BCI speller

by Dr. Christina Florence Lavallée Strategic Product Manager (Brain Products) A Brain Computer Interface (BCI) is a valuable tool not only for neuroscientists and researchers for learning how the brain responds to stimuli, but also for end users who may make use of assistive technologies, as well as for hackers, developers, and game designers to…

Figure 1: Distribution of stimulation points in M1 (panel A) and mPFC (panel B), in the two experimental sessions (PE: blue dots; AE: red dots), represented in the MNI space by using a template cortical surface. Green dots represent the four electrodes surrounding the stimulated area, which were used for the efficiency analysis (see text and figure 6 for details).

Transcranial Evoked Potentials can be reliably recorded with active electrodes

by Marco Mancuso, MD1, Lorenzo Rocchi, MD, PhD 2,3 1Department of Human Neurosciences, University of Rome “Sapienza”, Rome, Italy 2Department of Clinical and Movement Neurosciences, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, University College London, London, United Kingdom 3Department of Medical Sciences and Public Health, University of Cagliari, Cagliari, Italy Introduction The concurrent use of transcranial…

actiCAP slim for EEG-TMS

Methodology for characterizing network activations with neuro-navigated TMS and EEG

by Recep Ozdemir, Emiliano Santarnecchi and Mouhsin M. Shafi Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston, MA (USA) This article walks users through the collection of neuro-navigated simultaneously obtained Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) evoked EEG (TMS-EEG) data to investigate network-specific TMS-induced EEG activations, as in Ozdemir et al. 2020, focusing…

stationary EEG-fNIRS setup

Fully powered, high-density, EEG and fNIRS with Brain Products and NIRx

by Eduardo Bellomo, Ph.D. Scientific Consultant (Brain Products) Curious about combining EEG and fNIRS for your stationary, lab-based research? If the answer is yes, then check out our step-by-step guide on stationary EEG-fNIRS setup with actiCHamp Plus, actiCAP slim/snap, and NIRScout. Why EEG and fNIRS? In the last decade, cognitive neuroscience research has been characterized…

EASYCAP: Fig 7: Cap with holders for actiCAP slim electrodes

Easycap EEG recording caps: An overview

by Falk Minow General Manager (Easycap GmbH)     Despite some interesting new developments in the area of EEG Recording Caps like sponge-and-saltwater-nets or dry-electrode-headsets, the majority of EEG research is still done with electrolyte-gel-filled-electrode-caps. Easycap manufactures caps with any channel number, any layout and for connection to any amplifier. This is not only for…