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Free BrainVision Analyzer 2 Webinar – Introduction to spectral analysis with Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)

Analyzer 2 webinar This webinar is designed for researchers who are familiar with BrainVision Analyzer and want to learn how to perform spectral analysis with the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). We recommend to revise the following concepts before attending the webinar: oscillatory...

Brain Products introduces the actiCAP Xpress

Brain Products introduces the actiCAP Xpress, a dry electrode BCI system with an innovative and unique design. Curved sensors of variable lengths ensure high comfort and connect to the EEG cap even when the subject is wearing it. A versatile solution for virtually any BCI...

BCI – Brain Computer Interfaces

Brain computer interface (BCI) is a mind-machine interface that establishes a straight communication pathway between the human brain and a machine. A BCI allows control of external devices with regulation of brain activity and helps gain information about the cognitive state. In...

The Electroencephalogram (EEG)

Definition and history The electroencephalogram (EEG) is the measurement of the electrical activity emanating from the surface of the brain clinically known as the cortex. It was the earliest ‘functional imaging’ technique and remains the technique of choice for many clinical and...

The Brief History of Brain Computer Interfaces

A brain computer interface, also known as mind-machine interface, is a direct communication interface between an external device and the brain, bypassing the need for an embodiment. The signal directly goes from the brain to the computer, rather than going from the brain through...

Introducing brand new products for neurophysiological research

Offering amazing features such as 50 KHz sampling rate (32 channels) and avery high hardware bandwith (DC – 20 kHz) the actiCHamp complete system, will be available at an unbeatable price. The system also includes electrodes, a cap and all consumables you need. Along with...

Advanced Solutions for rTMS Applications

Push the boundaries of your TMS research! Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a non-invasive technique that allows stimulation through the intact skull bone and can activate, inhibit or temporarily deactivate selected brain regions. TMS can be combined with EEG to...