In Artinis, our goal is to make optical imaging easy. We offer the full spectrum of NIRS devices, and all our devices can be mixed and matched to create your optimal setup. To aid you in finding the right device(s) for your research we have drafted this comparative table below with the most important specifications for each device.
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We are happy to announce that the University of L’Aquila (Italy) research group utilized the 20-channel Oxymon in an important study for neuroergonomics.
Last week Artinis was present at the 2016 2f-NIRS conference in Montpellier, France. This two-day conference, titled NIRS signal: from acquisition to analysis, provided us with a great platform to give a mirror game workshop with two OctaMon devices.
Dr. Marc van Wanrooij and his team from the Hearing and Implants lab used a 48-channel OxyMon to study temporal cortical activation as represented by concentration changes of oxy- and deoxy-hemoglobin in 48, easy-to-apply optical fNIRS channels.