Newsletter October 2011 Volume 34
Products & Projects
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g.BSanalyze - spike toolbox
The spike toolbox is a new software package running under g.BSanalyze to analyze positions, spike activity, and multi-unit activity.
g.HIamp - 256-channel biosignal amplifier
High demands lead to high level solutions and path-breaking technology. g.HIamp is a 256-channel biosignal amplifier (CE approved) for invasive and non-invasive measurements of brain functions.
Introduction offer for 2011
Request an introduction offer for a 80-, 144- or 256-channel system with active electrodes, ERP and real-time analysis:
Download a scientific publication of P300, motor imagery and SSVEP experiments performed with dry electrodes.
Winner of the Annual BCI Research Award 2011
Prof. Pfurtscheller noted: “the BCI Award is outstanding because the whole world competes and only one project can win”.
New Video: g.RehaBCI
A motor imagery based BCI system is used to control a 3D avatar.
New Video: Motor movement classification with ECoG
Discriminate finger movements with gamma activity.
g.tec is happy to introduce its worldwide distributor network.
g.tec opens company in Barcelona, Spain
The new office is responsible for Spain and South America customers and scientific cooperations in these regions.
The Jerusalem Post: Europe places robotic brain chip in rat (ReNaChip project)
Real-time analysis of multi-unit activity of the cerebellum to replace a certain function of the brain.
Wheelchair conrol with brain-computer interface
Realized with an SSVEP based BCI from Prof. Deniz Erdogmus (Electrical and Computer Engineering of the Northwestern University) .
g.tec is giving talks, presents posters, organizes workshops, tutorials, satellite events and exhibitions around the world.
g.tec's brain-computer interface workshop in Washington, D.C., USA (November 12th, 2011)
Latest developments and research with EEG and ECoG-based systems for control and rehabilitation purposes at the Neuroscience 2011. Guest speakers: Gerwin Schalk (Wadsworth Center) and Brendan Allison (Graz University of Technology). The workshop will be located in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Room 156. REGISTER NOW!
g.tec Spike & ECoG recording and analysis workshop in Washington, D.C., USA (November 14th, 2011)
Off-line and real-time analysis and mapping of spikes and ECoG of animals and humans. Guest speakers: Lucas Noldus (Noldus Inc.), Gerwin Schalk (Wadsworth Center), Doug Weber (University Pittsburgh) and Nick Anderson (Penn Sate Univ.). The workshop will take place during the Neuroscience 2011 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, in Room 209A. REGISTER NOW!
Advances in ECoG in Washington, D.C., USA (November 10-11, 2011)
Satellite meeting with top researchers speaking about ECoG recording and analysis. REGISTER NOW!