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Getting started with LSL Markers and Hardware Triggers for Stimulus Presentation

Here we introduce a step-by-step guide for both LSL markers and hardware triggers with Brain Products and various stimulus presentation software programs that will ensure you are ready to start your experiments with the most accurate timing possible.

2022-08-25T19:23:50+02:00August 25th, 2022|Categories: 2022, Issue 2/2022, Products & Applications|Tags: , , , , , , |
  • How to verify timing in your EEG setup

How to verify timing in your EEG setup

When analyzing EEG data, especially event-related potentials (ERPs), a reliable relationship between event markers and actual events is crucial. This article introduces the means to measure timing delays and latencies in your EEG recording setup.

  • Communication with the trigger port: A beginner’s guide

Communication with the trigger port: A beginner’s guide

Beginners from non-technical disciplines are often challenged when setting up their EEG experiment especially in terms of triggers/markers. If you are struggling with this topic, too, or want to learn more, check out our new “Beginner’s guide on Communication with the trigger port”.

2022-06-20T11:07:55+02:00August 24th, 2020|Categories: 2020, Issue 2/2020, Support & Tips|Tags: , , , , , |
  • Interfacing Brain Products hardware and software from your favorite experiment control software

Interfacing Brain Products hardware and software from your favorite experiment control software

Brain Products strives to ensure compatibility with a wide range of software solutions applicable in all stages of your research project. Recent collaborations with the most established designers of software solutions for stimulus presentation and experiment control make your experiments more effortless to run. With centralized control and automatization, you can reduce errors and increase reliability when conducting your experiments.

Wireless Trigger – a fully mobile solution for recording event markers in EEG data

The new Wireless Trigger set consists of a transmitter, connected to a trigger source, and a receiver, connected to an amplifier. This solution allows you to replace a trigger cable in your experimental setup making it completely wireless and opens new exciting ways to approach your mobile EEG research.

  • TriggerBox – Marker triggering via USB port

TriggerBox – Marker triggering via USB port

Nearly every EEG research lab needs to send triggers from the experimental setup to the EEG system. Of course, the solution should be precise, reliable and easy to use. By using the USB port and the Brain Products TriggerBox, one can send triggers to the EEG amplifier with a precision of less than 1 ms. If you are using E-Prime 3.0 or Presentation 20.0 and have a USB port available, you have a plug & play solution for triggers.

2022-08-22T12:02:50+02:00December 28th, 2017|Categories: 2017, Issue 3/2017, Products & Applications, Support & Tips|Tags: , , |
  • Ultra fast closed loop applications combining our actiCHamp amplifier with Lab Streaming Layer (LSL)

Ultra fast closed loop applications combining our actiCHamp amplifier with LabStreamingLayer (LSL)

In the world of EEG, a closed loop application is typically interpreting/analyzing incoming EEG data and as a consequence of the analysis controls either Software or Hardware. A current hot topic in the neurophysiological research community are closed loop applications for brainstate dependent stimulation. Here obviously fast access or “real time access” to EEG data is the desire to precisely place the stimulation at the desired brainstate.

2022-08-22T19:55:07+02:00April 21st, 2017|Categories: 2017, Issue 1/2017, Products & Applications|Tags: , , , , |
  • TriggerBox 2 - millisecond precise trigger without a parallel port

TriggerBox 2 – millisecond precise trigger without a parallel port

Brain Products is happy to announce a new version of the TriggerBox. The new product allows you to not only merge triggers from different sources, but it also acts as a virtual serial port that you can use as an interface between experimental control software and EEG amplifiers in order to send triggers with a timing accuracy below 1 ms.

2022-08-22T20:00:05+02:00October 6th, 2015|Categories: 2015, Issue 3/2015, Products & Applications|Tags: , , |
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