• Introducing LiveAmp: our wireless mobile amplifier in new low-channel versions

Introducing LiveAmp 8 and 16: our wireless mobile amplifier in new low-channel versions

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.

New R&D project: AMoRSA – Adaptive and highly motivating platform for the rehabilitation of patients with arm palsy following a stroke

Following various innovative projects funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in previous years, together with leading researchers Brain Products was successful in gaining funding for a couple of more projects. Here, we proudly introduce one of them in more detail: AMoRSA.

2022-01-29T18:28:41+01:00August 9th, 2017|Categories: 2017, Brain Products Cooperations, Issue 2/2017|Tags: , , , |

New R&D project: CoMiCon – BCI for patients in minimal conscious state

Following various innovative projects funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in previous years, together with leading researchers Brain Products was successful in gaining funding for a couple of more projects. Here, we proudly introduce one of them in more detail: CoMiCon.

2022-01-29T18:29:55+01:00April 21st, 2017|Categories: 2017, Brain Products Cooperations, Issue 1/2017|Tags: , , , , |

‘Brain training’ technique reboots leg movements and visceral feelings of paraplegics

Using an advanced set-up of brain-machine interface (BMI), the team of the principal investigator Dr. Miguel Nicolelis presented successful cases of long term BMI training impact on rehabilitation. Eight paraplegics – some of them paralyzed for more than a decade by severe spinal cord injury – have shown improvement in controlled movements and sensation below their injury level.

2022-02-10T16:52:00+01:00December 16th, 2016|Categories: 2016, Issue 3/2016, Products & Applications|Tags: , |

Cybathlon 2016 – the new bionic Paralympics

Scientists, developers and company representatives will come together from all around the world in Zurich on October 8, 2016 to see how their technological developments impact individuals with physical disabilities. At Cybathlon, teams of people with severe disabilities will compete on six different disciplines: brain-computer interface (BCI) race, functional electrical stimulation bike race, arm prosthesis race, leg prosthesis race, exoskeleton race and wheelchair race.

2022-02-12T16:53:20+01:00July 28th, 2016|Categories: 2016, Conferences & Events, Issue 2/2016|Tags: , , |
  • Getting EEG data in real-time for BCI, Neurofeedback and more

Getting EEG data in real-time for BCI, Neurofeedback and more

In the past years there has been an increased need and demand for real-time access to EEG data for purposes of quality control, parametrization, features extraction and online feedback. In this article, I will explore the concept of remote data access (RDA) and demonstrate how to access EEG data in real-time from our amplifiers.

2022-08-22T12:08:38+02:00December 17th, 2015|Categories: 2015, Issue 4/2015, Support & Tips|Tags: , , , , , |

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.

  • New insights in motor imagery from real-time EEG feedback during concurrent fMRI

New insights in motor imagery from real-time EEG feedback during concurrent fMRI

Motor imagery (MI) combined with neurofeedback has been suggested as a promising rehabilitation approach for paralyzed individuals. EEG based MI feedback is particularly promising for therapeutic applications. Yet whether EEG feedback indeed targets specific sensorimotor activation patterns cannot unambiguously inferred from EEG alone. This article demonstrates that online correction of gradient artifacts and ballistocardiogram artifacts enables reliable MI EEG feedback inside the MRI scanner.

New R&D projects in 2015 – BCI, Sleep and EEG-fMRI

Following the innovative projects funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in previous years. Brain Products was successful in gaining funding for three new projects related to Brain-Computer-Interfaces (BCI), Sleep and EEG-fMRI starting in 2015.

2022-08-25T18:28:23+02:00October 6th, 2015|Categories: 2015, Brain Products Cooperations, Issue 3/2015|Tags: , , , |
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