Micro Pressure Measurement Update

Samba products are not available as of Nov. 2012 – contact a BIOPAC rep to discuss other solutions for micro pressure measurement. New generation fiber-optic pressure measurement systems GÖTEBORG, SWEDEN—AUGUST 20, 2007 Samba Sensors AB, Sweden, distributed in the US and worldwide by BIOPAC, introduces new generation fiber-optic pressure measurement systems using ultra-miniature sensors—the new Samba 201 […]

MP150/MP100 Research System training in NYC

BIOPAC will hold a general Research System training with an emphasis on human physiology in New York, New York on March 28, 2008. Topics include using an MP150 or MP100 Research System to record and analyze ECG, EDA (GSR), EMG, NIBP, Cardiac Output, TPR. Plus—new product demonstrations, user-requested topics, and a Question & Answer session. Location: Baruch College                     […]

Mobita 32-Channel Wireless Acquisition with AcqKnowledge 4.4

32 channels of wireless data with 3D accelerometer and trigger channel BIOPAC now offers the Mobita® wearable physiological signal amplifier system that can record up to 32 channels of high-fidelity wireless data. The system can either telemeter data back to a computer running AcqKnowledge for real-time display and analysis of the signals, or record it locally for […]

Emotional State Recognition application note details EDA and EMG setup

A new application note from BIOPAC outlines the implementation details of determining emotional state on the basis of three physiological measures: Electrodermal Activity EDA), EMG – Zygomaticus, and EMG – Corrugator. Click here to read Emotional State Recognition via Physiological Measures & Processing  Click here to learn about othe Psychophysiological Applications for BIOPAC data acquisition […]

Biopac Science Lab MP40 Catalog available

February 28, 2008 Students explore the inner workings of the human body with a new, inexpensive physiology monitor called the Biopac Science Lab system—specially designed for secondary education. Students record and analyze data from their own bodies. The new catalog includes an introduction to the Biopac Science Lab system, lesson summaries (including objectives and tasks performed […]

Low-profile Airflow for MRI – 25 mm mouth to coil clearance

The AFT35-MRI is a low profile mouthpiece and non-rebreathing T-valve assembly specifically designed to fit inside an fMRI head coil. Low clearance—only 25 mm between subject and coil Dimensions: 25 mm breathing port height (excluding mouthpiece) x 35 mm outlet port diameter x 83 mm wide x 115 mm long Use the AFT35-MRI to perform the following airflow and lung volume […]

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 ResearchComplete Researcher Control, Ready-to-Run Scenarios, Fully Customizable  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 […]

Strategies to record subject data in MRI or fMRI

BIOPAC Systems, Inc. has released a new application note that lays out some generally recommended methods for recording data from subjects in the MRI or fMRI. Click here to request the complete MRI Strategies Application Note. BIOPAC designs systems that can be used to record both biopotential data (such as ECG, EEG and EMG) and […]

BIOPAC Developer Tools released

Do it your way…customize and automate your own routines with BIOPAC Developer tools. BIOPAC Developer tools give you customization and greater access to your data to help you expedite and simplify the analysis process. BIOPAC Developer tools are available individually or in bundled packages: AcqKnowledge plus Scripting, NDT, BHAPI, ACKAPI – ACK100W-ENT API for BIOPAC […]

Affect Responses, ICP, and Arterial Oxygen—New Citations

Brand new publications have been released featuring BIOPAC solutions. These new papers include: Comparing Affective Responses to Photos and Video: This study tested the capability of different multimedia databases in the stimulation of the participants’ emotions. Subjects were exposed to picture and video stimuli while a BIOPAC MP150 system monitored skin conductance, ECG, skin temperature, […]