Neurosience

SmartBCI Wireless EEG in Arctic experiment

Mitsar supported our colleagues from Institute of Human Brain in Arctic experiment. We have provided our wireless EEG system SmartBCI for EEG acquisition and processing. 40 volunteers took part in the scientific experiment in the Arctic. The crew of the Arctic floating university was three weeks under the supervision of scientists. Experts found out how the Arctic affects the psyche and the human body.Throughout the journey the participants passed blood and saliva tests. With the help of psychological tests, scientists [...]

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FREE WEBINAR: Why you may want to add Functional Brain Mapping techniques to your practice

Date: 23 of September 2021Time: 16.00 (Helsinki time | UTC+03:00) Lecturer: Olga Kara, PhDZoom Meeting ID: 779 3399 4713Facebook: https://fb.me/e/1baibxDVp Brain imaging technologies include scanning techniques that allow us to perform non-invasive spatial brain mapping to identify morphological construction of different brain structures, measure neurochemical processes, and record functional changes in response to a particular task. These approaches include computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance tomography (MRT), functional magnetic-resonance tomography (fMRI), positron emission tomography (PET), single-photon emission computer tomography (SPECT), diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), Diffuse optical tomography (DOT). [...]

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ECG/EOG/EMG biosignals recording

Fig 1. Montage creation All stanadrd Mitsar-EEG amplifiers have extra bipolar channels for extra biosignals recording. Following data can be acquired: Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)Electrooculogram (EOG)Electromiogram (EMG)RespirationAnd etc. Below is the scheme of electrodes placement of the subject body or face to record proper signal. It is also required to add POLY (BIO) channel to the montage like shown on the EEGStudio screen capture on Fig 1.Be aware that signal amplitude of EEG and biosignals could be different and it might be [...]

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Dry sensors for SmartBCI wireless EEG

Dry cap top view SmartBCI wireless EEG systems now support both standard wet electrodes and caps with dry sensors. We have upgraded the EEG amplifier and design special EEG cap with active electrodes with soft dry sensors. Now all SmartBCI system are compatible with both types of electrodes without any modification. You can now order extra 21 channel dry cap for your SmartBCI system in addition to your clinical kit with wet electrodes. Dry EEG cap includes 19 EEG channels [...]

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Short-Delay Neurofeedback Facilitates Training of the Parietal Alpha Rhythm

Figure 10: The magnitude of sustained changes in alpha rhythm parameters as a function of actual mean feedback latency for A) alpha magnitude, B)burst incidence rate, C) burst amplitude and D) burst duration. The text on each panel shows p-value for the hypothesis that the correlation coefficient is zero obtained with the parametric t-test and with a randomization test (in brackets). Only gain in alpha-spindles appear to have a significant linear dependence on feedback latency. Our great collaborators from Center [...]

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ADHD and Neurofeedback training

The use of Neurofeedback for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a big social problem as a lot of children have it. The origin of ADHD is genetic mechanisms, organic brain damage, and psychosocial factors. Children and adolescents suffering from ADHD are characterized by restlessness, distraction, hyperactivity, impulsivity, poor school performance, fatigue. These symptoms may be the result of reduction of activation level of frontal cortex in combination with dysfunction of non-specific trunk structures and midbrain. An integrated approach to the diagnosis [...]

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Mitsar at Neurosciences 2019

Each year, scientists from around the world congregate to discover new ideas, share their research, and experience the best the field has to offer. Neuroscience 2019 will take place October 19-23 at McCormick Place in Chicago. Join 30,000 colleagues from more than 70 countries at the world’s largest marketplace of ideas and tools for global neuroscience. Mitsar Co. Ltd. will be exhibiting at SfN 2019. We will show our new products for EEG research, Brain Computer Interface design, Neurofeedback and [...]

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iBrain startup and SmartBCI technology

Our partner company iBrain was awarded by Sberbank and 500 Startups like one of 7 best startups. i-BrainTech is a Neurointerface with AI for restoration & improvement of motor functions of the brain in game form. Company offers solution for rehabilitation therapists and their clinics who seek to significantly improve efficiency of rehabilitation after stroke and brain injuries. Neurointerface based on AI that makes rehab process motivating and up to 2 times more efficient. Mitsar is proud to be a part of this project [...]

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