Our latest 23-channel fNIRS device
- 23 high quality measurement channels
- Integrated 9 axis movement sensor
- Virtually no set-up time
- Hyperscanning possibilities
- Both inside and outside the lab
- Truly portable brain oxygenation monitoring
- Measure oxy-, deoxy-, and total hemoglobin concentration
changes on the full prefrontal cortex
- Most suitable fNIRS device on the market for physiological
and sport exercises (lightweight < 300 grams)
fNIRS made easy
Brite23 is a lightweight, user-friendly and plug-and-play device with no set-up time. It works with multichannel LED’s, giving you continuous and real-time feedback in our data analysis software that is delivered with the system.
Initially the Brite was developed to measure the effect of cognitive interventions using portable and user-fiendly fNIRS. With the Brite23 we enable you to monitor brain activity without the use of large intimidating scanners. The Brite research package makes monitoring oxygenation easy and accessible. Hyperscanning (monitoring multiple subjects at the same time) can be easily done, while our software enables you to combine different NIRS devices within one data stream. The Brite23 enables you to place live events during your measurement and have complete physical freedom. The optodes are designed to be easily adjusted in height for optimal skin connection.
Subjects are able to perform physical activities like walking, running and climbing while the device is connected with bluetooth (up to 30 meters) to the laptop. For offline measurements you can store up to 200 hours of data.
The Brite also perfectly complements with our other portable NIRS devices e.g. for measures muscle oxygenation. This makes it the most suited fNIRS device for athletes on the market. The soft neoprene headcap and the portability of the system makes monitoring the brain oxygenation status of elderly, children and vulnerable patients especially safe and easy.
Main applications can be found in: brain oxygenation monitoring, sports science, functional studies, cerebral studies and hyperscanning.
The near infrared spectroscopy technique
how it works
Optical oximetry, and near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in particular, is a tool for assessing of the oxygenation status and hemodynamics of various organs, e.g. muscle and brain non-invasively. It relies mainly on two characteristics of human tissue. Firstly, the relative transparency of tissue for light in the NIR range, and secondly on the oxygenation dependent light absorbance of hemoglobin. Read more >
Real-time processing of fNIRS data in 3D
All of our devices are bundled with Oxysoft. Oxysoft is our dedicated software application used to collect, store, view, and analyse all necessary data from the OxyMon. This user-friendly software is developed by Artinis and highly customisable to individual requirements. Oxysoft provides in real-time the calculation of oxy-, deoxy-, total hemoglobine and TSI.
Brite23 research package
Designed, produced and manufactured in The Netherlands, EU.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX
- The Brite23 incl. headband
- Laptop with pre-installed software
- Oxysoft, data analysis software
- Oxysoft license key
- USB Bluetooth dongle
- Universal micro USB charger
- Pelicase packaging, ideal for fieldwork.
- User Manual
- Support in setting up your research