Newsletter October 2016

New versions of g.Nautilus 

g.Nautilus is available with 8/16/32/64 channels. Beside the flex-print solution, we offer now devices with flexible cables, so you can configure the electrode positions as you wish.
In addition to the research version of g.Nautilus, we also have CE certified medical devices (g.Nautilus-PRO) available now.

Pricing of the g.Nautilus starts at 4.500 Euro .
Find more information here: g.Nautilus Specs & Features

NEW: g.USBamp-RESEARCH 

g.tec offers now the g.USBamp - g.tec's highest accuracy biosignal data acquisition and processing system - in orange for research purposes.

Pricing starts from 11.350 Euro .
Read more: g.USBamp-RESEARCH Specs & Features

EEG recording during TMS stimulation 

Recordings with the g.HIamp, g.USBamp and g.Nautilus with passive and active electrodes during TMS stimulation with a device from Mag&More were performed.

Software Updates g.HIsys 

The Highspeed Online Processing blockset is now available for Windows 10 with Matlab 2015a. We also integrated important new features:

  • g.CAMERAcapture: capture video in MATLAB Simulink synchronized with biosignal
  • Marker: keyboard and mouse key marker generation
  • g.THRESHOLDscope: for spike recording
  • AudioStimulation: audio stimulation using pre-recorded sound files and onset feedback
  • WirelessTranmissionEvaluation: evaluate wireless data transmission of g.Nautilus

Find more information here: High-Speed Online Processing under Simulink: Specs & Features

Freshly printed Product Catalogue 

Finally, the new catalogue is here! 
 
Browse through or download the new version: Product Catalogue 2016
If you're interested in a printed version, please contact:
 
Have a look behind the scenes of g.tec: Making of... The New Product Catalogue

And the winner of the Annual BCI Award 2016 is... 

And the winner of the Annual BCI Award 2016 is...
The BCI Award 2016 winner is Gaurav Sharma (Battelle Memorial Institute, USA) who earned the top prize through his outstanding research on "An implanted BCI for real-time cortical control of functional wrist and finger movements in a human with quadriplegia ".
The 2nd place prize went to Sharlene Flesher (University of Pittsburgh, USA) and her team with the project "Intracortical Microstimulation as a Feedback Source for Brain-Computer Interface Users ".
The 3rd place prize went to Thomas J. Oxley (The University of Melbourne, Australia) and his team with the project "Minimally invasive endovascular stent-electrode array for high-fidelity, chronic recordings of cortical neural activity ".
Congrats to the winners and all participants of the competition.
Read more: www.bci-award.com
and on our blog: www.blog.gtec.at/bci-award-2016/

BCI research at Aalborg University 

Our g.USBamp and g.Nautilus are used at Aalborg University for experiments to study the basic mechanisms underlying the generation of locomotor activity in humans, e.g during running. Their team conducts other BCI research to restore, replace, and modulate lost or impaired motor functions.
Read more: BCI Research at Aalborg University

How high-altitude affects cognitive functions 

Our CEO, Dr. Christoph Guger, is a passionate mountaineer who used BCI technology to find out how body conditioning and health are affected by high-altitude. We talked with Christoph to find out the results of his studies and his experiences in mountaineering.
Read more: Interview with Christoph Guger

Cybathlon teams Brain Tweakers & Gray Matter 

Are you ready for the ultimate brain competition? Join the BCI Race at the Cybathlon on October 8th at ETH Zürich.
We support several teams, such as the Brain Tweakers from Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Read the interview with team member Serafeim Perdikis here: Interview with Serafeim Perdikis
Further we recently talked with Ivan Nixon who established the Team Gray Matter in order to get the patient Peter Gray to the Cybathlon 2016 in Zurich. He told us about his experiences at the rehearsal in 2015 and the BCI Race. Read more: Interview with Ivan Nixon

mindBEAGLE - A successful communication with ALS patient 

Recently we talked to our partner Dr. Rossella Spataro from Centro SLA (Sclerosi Laterale Amiotrofica) in Palermo, who managed to successfully communicate with an ALS patient named Carmelina via mindBEAGLE.
Watch the interview with Carmelina’s daughter: Video interview
Read the interview with Dr. Rossella Spataro: Interview

Workshop, Conferences & Congresses 

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