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HEG AutoBaseline Training for BioExplorer

  • Threshold based HEG feedback
  • Increase brain blood oxygenation/metabolism
  • Use HEG to control Flash, DVD, MPEG, MP3, more
  • Requires BioExplorer software
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ITC DP010

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HEG AutoBaseline Training for BioExplorer

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Summary

    This is an automated design for increasing blood oxygenation/metabolism to selected brain areas using threshold-based feedback of the HEG measure to control FLASH, DVD, MPEG, AVI video, MP3, WAV and/or MIDI sound. The threshold is defined by an automatic baseline capture after 70 seconds without feedback. If the user maintains a level of 10% or more above baseline or 2% or more below baseline for 20 seconds the baseline is automatically reset, so the system will continue to challenge throughout the condition. An EVENT button can be pressed to mark on a trend graph and on statistics an interesting moment during training for review later.

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    1. Zachary Mitchell

      2020-08-19 20:24:59

      will this work for Carmen's pIR?

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      1. Brian Milstead

        2020-08-20 18:57:09

        The HEG baseline screens will work with the Carmen pIR. You would have to specify hardware for the proper screen. Call us to order if needed

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    2. Rick

      2020-01-30 03:05:53

      Will this work with a Neurobit Optima amp from Brain-Trainer?
      Thanks

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      1. Brian Milstead

        2020-01-31 21:54:44

        If you are using BioExplorer then yes

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