Brain Products Press Release
  • MR Sensor Tutorial

A guide to peripheral physiology measurement using the BrainAmp ExG MR – Part 3: Sensor tutorial, a new chapter for correct use in the MR environment

In this part of our peripheral physiology series we briefly introduce our MR Sensor Tutorial. This new section of the well-known Sensor Tutorial will guide you through the correct and safe use of the most commonly used sensors for peripheral physiology measurements in MR scanners with static field strength up to 3 Tesla.

  • Combining EEG and eye tracking: a workflow for your lab experiment

Combining EEG and eye tracking: a workflow for your lab experiment

Combining EEG and eye tracking can open new possibilities for your EEG analysis. In this article, we will mention important aspects to consider when planning your EEG & eye tracking experiment, and we show step by step how you can set up lab-based recordings with our actiCHamp Plus EEG amplifier and the Tobii Pro Spectrum eye tracker.

  • A “how-to” guide on combining Brain Products equipment for Sport Psychophysiology

A “how-to” guide on combining Brain Products equipment for Sport Psychophysiology

In this article, we provide you with an example on the “how-to” of acquiring and analysing sport psychophysiology data. Given the potential complexity of the topic, we decided to focus on the concrete example of golf putting. However, our hope is to provide you with a general idea that you can re-shape and adapt to other sport movements that are of interest to your research question.

  • Offline analysis of sensor data in BrainVision Analyzer 2

Offline analysis of sensor data in BrainVision Analyzer 2

Besides our solutions for EEG recordings, Brain Products offers a variety of sensors dedicated to peripheral physiological signals. This guide should provide you with an overview of processing steps that are commonly applied to sensor signals and how you can implement them in your analysis pipeline in BrainVision Analyzer 2.

2022-03-14T16:02:15+01:00August 24th, 2020|Categories: 2020, Issue 2/2020, Support & Tips|Tags: , , , |

Product Launch: Photo Sensor

The Photo Sensor measures the screen brightness and, when combined with StimTrak, generates a trigger at the exact stimulus onset. It is a valuable tool to check the performance of a monitor or any experiment control software. This becomes essential if visual stimuli are planned to be presented on a tablet or cell phone display.

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