Our active electrodes are the best choice for high quality EEG recordings and greatly appreciated in many labs worldwide. A central component of each 32-channel actiCAP electrode set is the splitter box. It bundles up all single electrode wires coming from the cap and routes them neatly to the amplifier. We improved this component for a better research experience regarding several aspects ...
We are excited to announce our new actiCHamp Plus amplifier. It is compatible with all our active and passive electrode systems including the R-Net and powered by a sturdy lithium-ion battery – the PowerUnit. Read more about the actiCHamp Plus and why it is set to be the next essential part of your lab.
Accurate source localization needs accurate electrode positions. With the CapTrak, users can accurately and quickly acquire positions of all Brain Products active electrodes. However, a few things should be considered to ensure a quick and successful electrode localization. In this Support Tip, we provide you with some practical suggestions to help you improve the digitization of your active electrode set when using the CapTrak.
In issue 01/2017 we published an “actiCAP active Electrodes Walkthrough” guide to the practical use of actiCAP electrodes. Given the release of our new actiCAP slim electrodes, here is a detailed walkthrough showing you how to use actiCAP slim electrodes. Again, we added tricks and tips that help to make your recording sessions as smooth as possible.
Self-initiated voluntary acts are preceded by a negative electrical brain potential, the Bereitschaftspotential (BP), occurring up to two seconds before the actual movement. Up to now, the BP has only been recorded under laboratory conditions. Here recording of the BP before self-initiated 192-meter extreme bungee jumping is reported for the first time. Our results pave the way to further investigate the neural substrates and mechanisms underlying real-world decision making and behaviour.
For decades, Pakistan has been suffering from earthquakes, floods, poverty, political instability, a fragile infrastructure, terrorism and regional violence. Indeed, it has been described as a hard country. Given these circumstances, is Pakistan a good choice for setting up a new research EEG laboratory?
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.
At the recent OHBM Annual Meeting 2017 in Vancouver, Canada, we presented our newest active electrode system for the first time: the actiCAP slim as our thinnest active electrode yet and the actiCAP snap as the new compatible electrode holder. Together, this system will make your EEG research easier and will extend the benefits of our active electrodes into new research fields.
Slimmer, lighter and even more sturdy. The actiCAP is the go-to solution for reliable and flexible high-quality EEG recording. We kept on improving the design of the actiCAP electrode and today we introduce the biggest step forward for the actiCAP product family: the actiCAP slim!
The actiCAP active electrodes are widely used. They work with our actiCAP system, the actiCHamp and the LiveAmp. In this article we provide you with a guide to the practical use of actiCAP electrodes. We add tricks and tips that help to make your recording sessions as smooth as possible.