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aLIAS: a Lifelike Immersive Affective Stimuli – Demos at Neuroscience

Take experimental investigations of emotion and attention to the next level!

Affective Immersive Emotional Virtual Reality Stimuli Systems for Neuroscience Research
Complete Researcher Control, Ready-to-Run Scenarios, Fully Customizable 

Immersive Affective Stimuli

New! aLIAS packages – developed in partnership by BIOPAC and WorldViz – provide a unique and pioneering stimulation system for use with Oculus DK2 HMD technology to create a sophisticated, budget-friendly solution.

aLIAS virtual reality based stimulation protocols deliver lifelike stimulation while maintaining very high experimental control and ecological validity. aLIAS allows researchers to adjust the order of the stimulus presentation, control the inter-stimulus interval, and include ambient sound and other sound effects without the need for programming.

Physiological data, such as EDA and PPG, can be recorded throughout the experiment, and markers for events and conditions are automatically added to the physiological data record over the network. MP150 Systems with AcqKnowledge can record physiological data using the wireless BioNomadix or tethered amplifiers.

aLIAS Features

VR for Neurophysiology and Neuromarketing

Packages available for new users, existing BIOPAC users, and existing Vizard users…
Select an aLIAS System for your lab now!

See BIOPAC at Neuroscience Booth 1237 for a demo or request more information today!

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