News in brief

Miscellaneous News Now available: Latest Release of BrainVision Recorder With the latest release of BrainVision Recorder (version 1.24.0001) in June, 2021, it is now possible to collect data from actiCHamp (Plus) auxiliary channels only – without an EEG channel module inserted into the actiCHamp (Plus) amplifier. This makes sure you are also all set for…

New entitlement management system (EMS)

The latest news on dongles: upgrade your old Analyzer 2 key today and learn about our new license update portal

by Dipl.-Psych. Michael Hoppstädter Scientific Consultant (Brain Products) License dongles have always been used for our various Brain Products software. As both dongle technology and software evolve, we recently changed the dongle policies for BrainVision Analyzer 2. Additionally, we switched to a new license management system which will make updates for all our software dongles…

Add Channels in Analyzer 2.2.1

What’s new in BrainVision Analyzer 2.2.1? – Integration of Tobii Pro Lab data in Add Channels & more

by Jose Raul Naranjo & Dr.-Ing. Kidist Mideksa Scientific Consultants (Brain Products) We are pleased to inform you that Analyzer 2.2.1 has been released and is available for download on our website. This new version comprises not only an expansion of the Add Channels transform to support Tobii Pro Lab data, but also incorporates few…

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…

Brain Products Respiration Sensor

Offline analysis of sensor data in BrainVision Analyzer 2

by Dipl.-Psych. Michael Hoppstädter and Dr.-Ing. Kidist Mideksa Scientific Consultants (Brain Products) BrainVision Analyzer 2 was originally designed to process EEG data and analyze ERPs. However, the data from sensors measuring peripheral physiological signals resembles EEG in many aspects. Therefore, Analyzer 2 can also be used for such signals. Please note that Analyzer 2 often…