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ABOUT BCI+

A FRAMEWORK FOR CLASSICAL BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE RESEARCH AND BEYOND

We created this website to showcase our solutions for the BCI+ field. Here we provide a framework of hard- and software to enable high impact research using brain-computer interface technology. This framework can be used in classical brain-computer interface research but also for e.g.

  • Neuroadaptive Technology
  • Neuroergonomics
  • Physiological Computing
  • Symbiotic Interaction

These fields are not mutually exclusive, but rather intersect methodologically and can be considered BCI+.

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With our BCI+ solutions we want to support the wider field of BCI-related technology. We give information on toolbox integrations and publish blog posts from brain-computer interface research.

We are looking forward to seeing you at conferences, reading your guest blog posts about your BCI+ research, and hearing what you think is next in #bciplus on our dedicated Twitter channel!

Share your BCI+ research story!

Want to share your research with others?
Get in touch with us – we happily publish your guest blog post!

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BCI+ SOLUTIONS

ELECTRODES & CAPS

actiCAP slim

actiCAP slim

active gel-based
(8 – 160 ch.)

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BrainCap | LiveCap

BrainCap | LiveCap

passive gel-based
(8 – 256 ch.)

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R-Net

R-Net

passive sponge-based
(32 – 128 ch.)

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actiCAP Xpress Twist

actiCAP Xpress Twist

active dry-based
(8 – 32 ch.)

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HARDWARE [AMPLIFIERS & EXTENSIONS]

LiveAmp

LiveAmp

ultra-lightweight & wireless
8 – 64 EEG ch.
for mobile recordings

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actiCHamp Plus

actiCHamp Plus

scalable & flexible
32 – 160 EEG ch. (+ 8 AUX)
for stationary recordings

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BrainAmp

BrainAmp

stackable (32 ch. units)
32 – 256 EEG ch.
for stationary recordings

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BrainAmp

BrainAmp ExG

extension to record bipolar
and sensor data
for BrainAmp EEG amplifiers

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CGX Quick System

CGX Quick Systems

high-grade, dry electrode headsets
(20 – 32 EEG ch.)

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LiveAmp Sensor and Trigger Extension

 Sensor and Trigger Extension

extension to record physiological signals
for LiveAmp EEG amplifiers

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TriggerBox

TriggerBox

extension to merge triggers from different sources for various EEG amplifiers

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SOFTWARE

BCI2000

BCI2000

software for BCI research, used for data acquisition, stimulus presentation, etc.

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BCILAB

BCILAB

MATLAB toolbox and EEGLAB plugin for the design, prototyping, etc. of BCIs

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LabStreamingLayer LSL

LabStreamingLayer (LSL)

tool to connect software and hardware components in real-time

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OpenViBE

Open ViBE

open source software dedicated to designing, testing and using BCIs

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BCI+ BLOG

OpenViBE’s native Motor Imagery(MI)-CSP demonstration

April 18th, 2018|Direct Control|

This tutorial illustrates the steps necessary to run a simple Motor Imagery paradigm in OpenViBE using a Brain Products amplifier (in this case, a LiveAmp). Although this is one of the simplest examples of a working BCI, such systems are, by nature rather complicated. This tutorial walks through the procedure step by step.

Alpha/TMS Closed Loop

April 18th, 2018|Brain Stimulation|

Recent research has pointed to a number of applications for the synchronization of TMS with different EEG features, including the alpha rhythm. We demonstrate how Brain Products hardware, used in conjunction with LabStreamingLayer (LSL)-enabled software can address these issues and provide a platform for conducting research in this field.

M(eye)ndtris

April 9th, 2018|LSL, Workload|

The M(eye)ndtris study introduces a completely hands-free version of Tetris as an example of BCI+. It uses eye tracking and passive brain-computer interfacing to replace existing game elements and to introduce new, neuroadaptive control.

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