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Experience with eegosports (former type of eego sports) by Professor David Liley

Experience with eegosports (former type of eego sports) by Professor David Liley

"At Swinburne we have a number of ANT Neuro EEG recording systems. Our first asalab system was purchased 5 years ago and has expanded to 3 asalab systems, an eegosports system and multiple standard and MEG compatible waveguard caps. Our principle reason for choosing these systems over competitor systems was their portability, functional flexibility and recording cap quality and durability. Portability is important to us as we often have reason to record EEG in "the field" so the waveguard active shielding system allows us to achieve excellent noise immunity in the absence of a shielded room. Functional flexibility is critical as well as we need to record EEG simultaneously in both MEG and TMS scenarios so being able to easily configure and transport a high density EEG system within and between multiple recordings environments is crucial. Because we record from a diverse cohort of clinical and non-clinical populations it is important to us to have caps that can be rapidly applied and suffer the rigors of repeated use and cleaning, The waveguard caps with their quality fabric and concealed wiring have proven to be ideal for our high throughput research environment."

    by professor David Liley
 
    Principal Researcher in Brain Dynamics,
    Brain and Psychological Sciences Research Centre
    Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
 
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