Ultra-compact neuroimaging system by near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRs).

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is a compact solution for fNIRS neuroimaging, which is a versatile, scalable system that allows measurements of haemodynamic neuroactivation by recording changes in oxy- and deoxy hemoglobin concentrations in the cortex in real time. System configuration range - from 8 sources and 4 detectors to 128 sources and 64 detectors. The NIRScout interface with a wide selection of available caps and optical probes can be used in standard studies, neonatal/neonatal imaging, and multimodal EEG, MRI, TMS and oculography acquisition. NIRx offers both standardized sensor settings and user-configurable settings.

The system includes several digital input/output options for precise triggering of event markers. The real-time data stream option is available for the BCI/neurofeedback application. NIRScout uses an open data format, compatible with many analytical programs, based on open-source software, as well as with its own NIRx software - nirsLAB and NAVI. NIRScout - an ultra-compact neuroimaging system using near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRs).

Selected system features:

  • 2D topography, 3D spectrography (time multiplex diagram),
  • types of measurements: oxyhaemoglobin, deoxyhaemoglobin and total hemoglobin concentration,
  • ultra-compact form,
  • modular system: the possibility of extending from 8 sources, 4 detectors,
  • LED source: higher stability than the laser source,
  • digital detection, digital I / O trigger,
  • flexible imaging systems that support measurements from different distances,
  • multimodal cooperation with: TMS, tDCS, MRI, EEG, oculography,
  • real-time display, real-time data stream,
  • equipped with software for analysis of nirsLAB 2D and NAVI 3D with NIRx,
  • data export in ASCII format compatible with other analytical programs,
  • Tandem set: 2 independent systems synchronized for simultaneous operation,
  • the highest dynamic range available,
  • hyperscaning: simultaneous multi-object studies.

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