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Consumer Neuroscience – Camera Systems

For Consumer Neuroscience and Neuroeconomics applications—Record multiple or single subjects and synchronize the video recording to their physiological data. BIOPAC offers multi-subject monitoring systems, and a high frame rate camera system that allows for full video monitoring of experimental protocols and subject interaction.

Multi-Subject Video Monitoring Systems

BIOPAC now offers multi-subject video monitoring systems. These Camera Systems record multiple subjects or camera angles and AcqKnowledge media functionality synchronizes the video to any physiological data being recorded with the MP150 Research System. High frame rate (100 fps), multi-subject, and standard USB cameras triggered by the AcqKnowledge Stimulator are also supported.

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The physiological data and video data will then be linked for analysis and review. Simply scroll through either the physiological data or video and watch the corresponding linked data move to the same location.

BIOPAC Camera Systems include multiple CCD-based digital cameras, color quad multiplexer, firewire box, plus tripod stands with gooseneck positioning arms, and cables for connection to your lab PC. Camera Systems work with AcqKnowledge 4.1 or above, Windows OS only. FIREWIRE REQUIRED FOR THIS PRODUCT.

Learn more about the new Camera Systems from BIOPAC:

  • 8-Channel System (CAMSYS8)
  • 4-Channel System (CAMSYS4)

Upgrade from 4 to 8 Channels (CAMSYSUPG)

High Frame Rate Camera System

The CAM-HFR-A system connects to a Windows PC via included Ethernet card and is controlled through the Media Menu in AcqKnowledge 4.3.1 or above. AcqKnowledge software generates an analog output signal (automatically controlled via stimulator) to drive the camera. The sync pulse is set in the software by adjusting the frame rate (up to 100 fps).

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