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    • New Hyper-Sampling ActiveTwo

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      With a Hyper-Sampling Rate of 262,144 Hz!

      We're proud to announce the latest and only Hyper-Sampling EEG System with active electrodes! Equipped with 8 EX (external) inputs on the top and newest SAR (Successive-Approximation-Register) ADC technology this active EEG System can sample with an incredibly fast sampling rate of up to 262,144 Hz!

      Its main application is EEG/ABR on subjects with cochlear implants, as cochlear implants generate vast amounts of high frequency interference covering the EEG. When the high frequency interference is sampled accurately together with the EEG, the interference can be calculate out of the signal and the clean EEG will be recovered. Currently, the high frequency interference is smeared out to lower frequencies in the EEG bandwidth, and EEG cannot be recovered. No other EEG amplifier can measure such a signal with this accuracy (fast slew rate, minimal ringing)!

      Check out more information and technical specifications on the newest hyper-sampling ActiveTwo and contact us to receive a quote today!

       

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    • DSI-VR300 released!

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      First Dry & Active EEG System with Integrated VR Headset

      We're proud to announce the release of the first ever EEG System with Dry and Active EEG electrodes with integrated VR Headset! The DSI-VR300 from Wearable Sensing is a research grade EEG system specifically designed for P300, BCI and Neuropsychology research projects where the integration of a VR headset is required.

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      Contact us today and request further information or a quote!

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    • New Smart Amplifiers by BIOPAC!

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      Ready, Set, Record

      We're excited to announce that BIOPAC has recently engineered new amplifiers to make them smaller, more lightweight, and easily attachable to subjects. The new Smart Amplifiers will also reduce noise artifacts–resulting in improved performance as the signal is closer to the subject.

      These new BIOPAC Smart Amplifiers make setup easier than ever before and deliver improved signal quality with increased subject comfort.

      Record data (and automatically pre-configured derived measures) from small amps that amplify the physiological signal close to the subject, reducing noise artifact: ECG (Heart rate, RR interval, and R-wave amplitude), EEG (Alpha, Beta, Theta, Delta, Gamma), EDA (Phasic EDA), EMG and fEMG (Integrated EMG, RMS), EOG (Derivative), EGG, ERS, PPG (Pulse Rate), Respiration (Respiration rate [normal breathing], elevated respiration rate), and Skin Temperature.

      Smart Amp setup includes guides and prompts to prevent errors. Plus, channels are automatically set to be plotted and included in input values display, with the initial visual range set to the min/max input range for that Smart Amplifier signal type, in appropriate units.

      Use Smart Amplifiers with an MP160 System and the new Amplifier Input Module (AMI100D).

       

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    • T4 Human Physiology Conference

      Registration Open!

      T4: TOOLS, TRENDS, TECHNIQUES, AND TECHNOLOGY

       

       

      Monday, August 12 – Wednesday, August 14, 2019

      REGISTER NOW

      Join BIOPAC for three days of hands-on, small-group human physiology workshops, presented by renowned experts, on the beautiful UC Santa Barbara campus in California, USA. Learn how to collect great data from experts in their field.

      WHO SHOUD ATTEND

      If you measure physiology from human subjects or work with those who do, you should attend!

      Anyone who records and analyzes human physiology data as part of their research and/or those who teach human physiology or related subjects: academic scientists, industry applied researchers, and educators. 

      WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

      The T4 Conference is unique in that attendees will receive practical “how-to” instruction in key skills necessary for recording and analyzing great life science data.

      Workshops are interactive and include the tools, tips, and strategies for recording high-quality data from study participants. The conference focuses on technology and trends in the industry and provides physiologists with an opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge. The workshops cover preparation, acquiring data, and analysis. Physiology educators will learn-by-doing the proven, high engagement, student-centered strategies for incorporating physiology education into their program of instruction. Use the Justification Toolkit to justify and gain support from your supervisor or department head.

       

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    • Join us in BIOPAC's live stream!

      Reserve you spot!

      Learn How fNIR Technology Helps Cognitive Researchers

      Learn How fNIR Technology Helps Cognitive Researchers

      Our good friends over at BIOPAC are hosting a live stream on

      Thursday, Mar 21, 2019, from 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM CET

      RESERVE YOUR SPOT 

      Functional Near-Infrared Optical Imaging (fNIR) provides insights on cognitive brain function and is appealing to researchers studying attention, memory, planning, and problem-solving in natural settings, in the lab, or in the field. This technology, which is much more affordable than fMRI, is used in hemodynamic response & neural activity, optical brain imaging, cognition (e.g. working memory, decision-making processes, and mental fatigue), neuroergonomics, neuromarketing, and muscle oxygenation studies.

      Join BIOPAC during this live presentation to learn more about the newest fNIR technology and how cognitive researchers are using it for scientific discovery. Alex Dimov, BIOPAC's fNIR Product Specialist, and CEO of fNIR Devices, Davood Tashayyod, will present the strengths and capabilities of using fNIR technology in research.

      Topics covered during the live stream:

      • Applications of fNIR technology
      • Proper setup of equipment for optimal data collection in each application area
      • Prefrontal cortex imaging
      • fNIR and muscle oxygenation

      We would be thrilled to see you there,

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