Yearly Archives: 2019

BIOPAC Launches New “Smart Amplifiers”

February 14, 2019; Updated Nov. 12, 2019 BIOPAC Systems, Inc. Goleta, CA USA New “Smart Amplifiers” make it easier than ever for life science researchers to get great data Fast Setup & High Performance Smart Amplifiers improve performance by amplifying the physiological signal close to the subject, which allows a high-level voltage connection to the data acquisition system […]

Electrocardiography Guide Now Available

BIOPAC’s just released Introductory ECG Guide addresses fundamental to advanced concerns to optimize electrocardiography data recording and analysis. Topics include: ECG Complex; Electrical and Mechanical Sequence of a Heartbeat; Systole and Diastole; Configurations for Lead I, Lead II, Lead III, 6-lead ECG, 12-lead ECG, precordial leads; Ventricular Late Potentials (VLPs); ECG Measurement Tools; Automated Analysis Routines […]

Neuromarketing Interview | How VR Can Improve Marketing Research

Alex Dimov, BIOPAC Sales Executive, was interviewed at the Neuromarketing World Forum by Inside Marketing to discuss how virtual reality can improve marketing research. Alex explains how VR can be used to present virtual iterations of a product to save time and money, and notes that measuring physiological responses adds lots of information for product and messaging […]

New Citations | BIOPAC in NIBP Studies

NIRS and CNAP—Pairing great tools for great data Cerebral hemoglobin concentration (blood mass in the brain) is frequently measured in the prefrontal cortex, and systemic arterial blood pressure is known to be a variable factor based on the hemoglobin concentration. A leg pressure cuff was used to constrict and release blood flow to create a […]

New Citations | Combat Helicopters: Luxury Cars of the Sky

Recent psychophysiological studies feature BIOPAC’s MP Research series of Data Recorders and AcqKnowledge software. Creating Adaptive Assistants for helicopter crews based on Real-time Physiological Data In the Mercedes S-Class, biometric tools track a driver’s eyes, heart rate, and other physiological data, with one goal in mind: Making sure drivers are alert and safe on the […]

New Citations | Do We Really Trust Autonomous Vehicles?

A System to Measure Physiological Response During Social Interaction in VR Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have a difficult experience in responding to social cues and actions. This pilot study measured the effectiveness of Virtual Reality in creating a social environment for children, measured with a BIOPAC MP Series data acquisition system and Worldviz […]

New Citations | Down’s Syndrome, Sleep Monitoring, Consumer Responses

BIOPAC provides software and hardware that allows research teams to record and analyze numerous body signals for physiological experimentation. Here are a few notable studies using BIOPAC equipment that cover Respiration, EEG, and Neuromarketing. Breathe Easy In this study, a mathematician from Simpson College uses her skills and students’ respiratory studies conducted with Biopac Student Lab equipment (BSL […]

New Citations | Measuring rhythm to study Parkinson’s

Recent physiological studies feature BIOPAC’s Wireless BioNomadix Data Recorders Using Metronomes and Rhythmic stimulation to help people with Parkinson’s disease walk For those living with Parkinson’s disease, even simple tasks can take too long to accomplish properly, such as crossing a room or picking up an object. In this study, participants with diagnosed cases of […]

New Citations | Neuroscience Studies with BIOPAC

Effects of MDMA on attention to positive social cues for behavioral disorders The psychostimulant drug 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) reportedly produces distinctive feelings of empathy, closeness with others and increased social behavior. Researchers are exploring the potential of this chemical for treatment of psychiatric disorders, such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This […]

New Citations | Predicting Indicators of Driver Fatigue with Eye Tracking Technology

Correlating Driver Fatigue and Altitude Change In ongoing efforts to make our roads ever safer, frequent studies are published researching driver fatigue. In this study, researchers used wearable Eye Tracking technology and recorded eye movement, blink rate, and other physiological signals with the BIOPAC MP160 Data Acquisition Unit. The purpose of the study was to […]

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