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IDUN Dryode

Swiss Startup IDUN Technologies Launches its First Product, The Dryode

The Swiss ETH Spin-off, IDUN Technologies has launched its first product, the Dryode™, two years after its foundation. IDUN develops and manufactures accurate and comfortable sensors for wearable devices. The new product is available through OpenBCI, Inc. an open source platform for neuroscience. Read more Pitt Researchers Develop Tiny Light-Activated Electrode for Neural Stimulation Current […]
SedLine for pediatric patients

Masimo Receives CE Marking for Next Gen SedLine Brain Function Monitoring for Pediatric Patients

Masimo, an Irvine, California-based manufacturer of noninvasive patient monitoring technologies, received CE marking for its next generation SedLine® brain function monitoring for pediatric patients. Patients aged one year and above, living in CE mark countries, can now enjoy the benefits of Next Generation SedLine. Read more Masimo’s Rainbow Acoustic Monitoring RAS-45 Breathing Sensor for Babies […]
MRI Implant

Researchers Develop MRI Implant to Detect Light and Electric Fields Inside Brain

Researchers usually study brain function by monitoring two types of electromagnetism: electric fields and light. Currently, the most accurate way to monitor electrical activity in the brain is by inserting an electrode, which is very invasive and can cause tissue damage. Read more CRC 1261 Research on Developing Biomagnetic Diagnostics System to Continuously Adjust Deep […]
Movie changes with brain activity

This Interactive Movie Will Change Depending on Your Brain Activity

University of Nottingham has produced a movie where the plot changes depending on the viewer’s brain activity. Project leader Richard Ramchurn, a graduate student at the University of Nottingham, is an artist and director who has spent the last several years making films that you can control with your mind – simply by wearing a […]