EGI's advanced EEG technology for neuroscience research uses the comfortable and easy-to-use Geodesic Sensor Net with 64 sensors and Interoperates with most presentation and analysis software. The clinical applications for the GES 400 include:
The Model 504, remote eye tracker is designed to accurately measure a person's pupil diameter and point of gaze on a stationary (room fixed) scene space. The measurement is displayed as a cursor or set of cross hairs superimposed on the image from a scene camera or other video source showing the subject’s field of view, and may also be recorded digitally on the eye tracker Interface PC, or exported as a real time serial data stream to an external device.
The BIOPAC MP100 data acquisition system provides a flexible tool for your life science research and teaching needs. The modular, powerful data acquisition interface system can be used with BIOPAC's amplifiers and accessories AND with equipment you already have.
Asalab data recording solution consolidates many features into one highly versatile system. The EEG/ERP acquisition system is compatible with MEG, fMRI and TMS, allowing you to collect different types of data at the same time.
Asalab can be used for both, clinical and research applications, such as neurological investigations, behavioral psychology, language experiments, or vision research. Types of measurements range from AEP, VEP, SEP, N100, P300, to complex paradigms like CNV, RP and MMN.
The EyeFollower empowers users with a completely natural environment when conducting eye tracking studies or interactions. This system provides subjects with the largest amount of free head movement of any remote eye tracker in the world. Automatically locating, focusing and tracking the users with no time-consuming adjustments or re-calibrations. This system truly takes into consideration all of the geometric issues eye trackers normally face.
The core of the EyeLink 1000 eye tracker consists of a custom designed high-speed camera connected to a dedicated Host computer. Running on a real-time operating system, the Host software provides extremely fast eye sample access with incredibly low inter-sample variability, accessed via a set of programming interfaces for multiple operating systems and programming languages.
The EyeLink 1000 Plus is the world’s most precise and accurate video-based eye tracker, sampling binocularly at up to 2000 Hz. It is also the most flexible and customizable, with multiple mounting options, interchangeable lenses, and multiple head free-to-move remote configurations.
•The EyeLink 1000 Plus has outstanding precision and accuracy with low spatial noise and high sampling rates, in both head supported and head free-to-move Remote Mode.
•Choose from a range of camera mounting options – Desktop Mount, Tower Mount, Arm Mount, and Primate Mount.
The Tower Mount for the EyeLink 1000 Plus uses an infrared hot mirror to maximize the field of view. The mirror is transparent to visible light but reflects the infrared light used to illuminate the participant’s eye.
Since the camera views the eye from above, participants are free to use their arms in tasks such as reaching to a touch screen monitor. Ask us how to customize the Tower Mount for pointing, writing, or drawing applications.
The EyeLink 1000 Plus camera can be easily detached from the Tower Mount and transferred to any other mount.
The EyeLink II system consists of three miniature cameras mounted on a comfortable padded headband. No mirrors are used in the EyeLink II system, making it very robust and easy to set up. Two eye cameras allow binocular eye tracking or easy selection of the subject’s dominant eye without any mechanical reconfiguration. An optical head-tracking camera integrated into the headband allows accurate tracking of the subject’s point of gaze without the need for a bite bar.