Data Acquisition and Online Processing
CURRY 8 data files are fully compatible with EEGLAB.
Acquisition in CURRY is enhanced with easier, more flexible, and more advanced tools for on-line data processing, with up to 512 channels and sampling rates up to 20 kHz.
Online Artifact Reduction for up to five types of artifact can be applied simultaneously, letting you verify the quality of the data while the subject is still connected. Artifacts include blinks, pulse artifact, MR gradient artifact, ballistocardiogram, and bad blocks. Reduction methods include Subtraction, Covariance, PCA, and ICA.
On-line averaging is enhanced, with the ability to extract both standard TTL triggered and conditional averages. Averages can be overlaid and compared directly on-line. Data processing can be applied and those optimized parameters can be saved for off-line application.
Impedance testing is available without interrupting data acquisition, and is provided in a simple visual display with values for each electrode.
Stream live to Matlab or via TCP/IP protocol (listener CURRY, Matlab, custom software), suitable for Brain Computer Interface (BCI) and related applications.
The start and stop of recording, and the impedance test procedure can be controlled through the stimulus presentation software.
CURRY data files are compatible with EEGLAB.
Convert recordings into other formats (such as EDF or CNT) from within the acquisition software.
- Module: X
- Database: Yes
- Tasks, Workflow and Scope: Yes
- Reporting Tool: Yes
- Matlab Interface: Yes
- EEG Data Acquisition: Yes
- Impedance Check: Yes
- Online Filtering: Yes
- Online Artefact Detection: Yes
- Online Averaging: Yes
- Montage Support: Yes
- Sychronized Video: Yes
- Real-time fMRI artefact correction: Ballistocardiogram, MR Gradient Artefact Correction
- Real-time Matlab Interface: Yes
- TCP/IP Interface: Yes
- Quick impedance check: Yes
- Data format: CURRY Compressed
- Data export: ASCII, CNT, EDF, Float, MATLAB
- Stimulation Control: Stimulation package can start/stop recording and start/stop impedance check by sending dedicated triggers to recording software
- Evoked Potentials (EP)
- Event-Related Potentials (ERP)
- Brain Computer Interface (BCI)