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Network Data Transfer – video demo

Network Data Transfer License for AcqKnowledge

Run 3rd-party applications in parallel with AcqKnowledge

AcqKnowledge with Network Data Transfer has the capability to send all of its channels over the network to other computers as well as the same computer.

The data from AcqKnowledge—such as physiological recordings, digital markers, and calculation channels—can be used in real time by other applications.

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In this demo clip, an electrocardiogram is recorded and heart rate is calculated using AcqKnowledge data acqusition and analysis software. The data is then sent to another computer running an application that controls the color of a virtual hand depending on the current heart rate. The display includes raw ECG, calculated heart rate, and a graph illustrating changes in heart rate. The data show that the heart rate is modified as respiration changes, and in turn the color of the hand is modified.

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Network Data Transfer demo using heart rate to change hand

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