AI-enabled electroencephalography (EEG) and Brain-computer interface (BCI) solutions
- Shape-conforming dry-contact electrodes. No gel is required.
- Battery-powered, wireless, and compact devices. Freedom of movement.
- Comfortable EEG headwear. Different configurations are available for different experiment setups.
- AI-enabled BCI algorithms. Connect your brain instantly.
- Lab Streaming Layer support. Get an easy-to-use infrastructure for your experiments and applications.
- SDK is available with multiple programming languages supported. Develop your own EEG/BCI applications.
Brain-computer interface (BCI) solutions, human-machine interface applications.
BrainAccess offers EEG solutions for brain-computer interface, human-machine interface, neuromarketing, and other applications. BrainAccess devices feature dry-contact EEG electrodes, wireless connection, and compact form factor, which allow portable applications. Solutions come with free software providing infrastructure for a quick and easy setup of EEG/BCI experiments. A software development kit supporting multiple programming languages is also available, allowing the development of EEG/BCI end-user applications.
Currently, BrainAccess hardware products include:
- BrainAccess Halo – is an integrated EEG headband with 4 acquisition channels. It features 4 dry-contact electrodes – 2 on the forehead area, and 2 positioned over the occipital cortex region. Also, there is 1 reference electrode.
- BrainAccess Standard Kit – includes 8-channel BrainAccess MINI electroencephalograph and BrainAccess CAP. The BrainAccess CAP includes dry-contact electrodes, which can be placed at different positions as required.
- BrainAccess Extended Kit – offers higher density coverage of the brain cortex with 16 channel BrainAccess MIDI electroencephalograph, also bundled with BrainAccess CAP, which allows placing electrodes at different locations.
There are two options for BrainAccess software:
- BrainAccess Board – a single-point entry application to communicate with BrainAccess devices, view and record data, stream or receive EEG or other data to/from a network, and launch the available EEG and BCI apps.
- BrainAccess SDK – offers direct control and access to devices and can be used by integrators for developing specific applications. C/C++ or Python APIs are available for SDK access.