In order to keep the advantages of using SNAP while offsetting the disadvantage of the delay, we used a Brain Products Photo Sensor to more accurately measure the onset times of visual stimuli, and correct the markers after the recording.
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.
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.
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.