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…

CGX Quick-20r v2 and Quick-32r

All new CGX Quick headsets with live impedance measurement by means of LEDs now available

by Dr. Christina Florence Lavallée Strategic Product Manager (Brain Products)    Since introducing the CGX Quick systems into our portfolio in 2020, several updates have been made to improve your overall experience with this dry electrode headset. Whether you are conducting research in neuromarketing, neuroergonomics, mobile applications or other fields where an easy to apply…

News in brief

Miscellaneous News CapTrak has been updated with USB 3.0 cameras CapTrak, our handheld electrode localization tool for actiCAP active electrodes, has been updated. This device works to detect the position of actiCAP electrodes via triangulation with two integrated cameras to give you fast, accurate and reliable localization of your actiCAP electrodes. We have recently replaced…

CGX Quick Systems

Quick and easy to apply dry headset: Welcoming the CGX Quick System into our Product Portfolio

by Dr. Christina Florence Lavallée Strategic Product Manager (Brain Products) One thing that drives us at Brain Products is listening to and anticipating your (the researcher’s) needs. Some application fields, like neuromarketing, neuroergonomics, mobile applications and other related fields may require an inherently different set-up than what we have offered in the past. You might…

Product update: A better splitter box for Brain Products outstanding active electrode system!

by Dr. Michael Schubert Product Manager (Brain Products) We are constantly striving to improve our products for a better research experience. Our gel-based active electrode system is a great choice for high quality EEG recordings even under difficult recording scenarios. With the recent release of the actiCAP slim we made the active electrode* itself 3…

Tips for a better CapTrak experience

by Dr. Pedro M. R. Reis Scientific Consultant (Brain Products) Abstract 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. By understanding the basic concepts behind the…

PowerUnit – power your amplifier with lithium-ion technology

by Dr. Michael Schubert Product Manager (Brain Products) Nowadays, lithium-ion batteries are part of our daily lives. Just think about your laptop, tablet and smartphone. They have been proven to be user friendly in terms of charging procedures, durability and reliability. These features are likewise important for your laboratory EEG recording setup. Therefore we are…

Introducing the actiCHamp Plus – offering active and passive electrode recordings … and more!

by Dr. Michael Schubert Product Manager (Brain Products) We at Brain Products understand that EEG research questions are limitless. And so are the demands of recording options across different experiments. This is why we are excited to announce the new actiCHamp Plus, offering a scalable and flexible solution for your laboratory EEG recordings. The actiCHamp…