Facillity

1. EEG Recording System


High-density wet-sensor-based EEG measurement device to catch high-fidelity EEG data during complex cognitive experiments.

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Compumedics Neuroscan: Synamps 2/RT 256-channel EEG/EP/ERP  is the most advanced and versatile amplifier, capable of recording true DC potentials contained in cognitive potentials.

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Xsensor 3D Electrode Digitizer System:  The system takes care of the electrode digitization procedure and records, visualizes and stores the digitized electrode positions.


2. Biomedical circuit system & IC test system


Instruments for developing wearable, wireless EEG devices from sensors to systems like High-speed oscilloscope, Power amplifier, Power supply, Stimulator, Cables and adapters, Anti-vibration table, PCs.

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3. Workstations


Computer cluster for high-density long time EEG signal analysis.

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4. Physiological signal recording system


Multi-modality BCI has attracted a lot of attention due to its high reliability for real-life application of BCI. It can record various kind of physiologic signals in addition to EEG signals, includes ECG, eye movement, pupil parameters, etc.

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5. MRI-compatible EEG system


To record EEG data and MRI data simultaneously to produce high-impact research results and papers.

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The new MicroMagLink system is used for obtaining integrated EEG and EP/ERP recordings inside the fMRI and MEG whereas the passive MicroMagLink system provides the ability to record during the pulse sequence without compromising the raw EEG data.


6. 360-degree Treadmill


The Treadmill was immersed in a Virtual Reality (VR) environment. It can be used to perform advanced BCI researches by recording brain EEG data in various kinds of body movements , to study the brain dynamics of users during various conditions, such as walking, running, jumping, spatial navigation, decision making, etc.

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The Virtuix Omni treadmill supports basic game functions such as walking, running, and jumping, through partial and full-body movements.

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