Monthly Archives: February 2018

Livetrack Lightning eye-tracking setup with display and chinrest

LiveTrack Lightning: High-Speed, High-Precision Eye-Tracking at a Fraction of the Cost

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We are proud to introduce LiveTrack Lightning by Cambridge Research Systems, the affordable 500 Hz video eye tracker for laboratory research. Use it to record saccade metrics and gaze contingent displays. Monitor observer behavior and pupil response during visual psychophysics and cognitive neuroscience experiments. Delivers accurate, precise estimates of: eye rotation direction of gaze coordinates… Read more »

Brite24 wireless wearable fNRIS

Brite24: Taking Wireless Cerebral fNIRs to New Heights

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This Spring, Artinis will introduce a new wearable, wireless fNIRS system called Brite24, which measures, stores and wirelessly transmits up to 27 channels of fNIRS signals from any region of the scalp. Brite24 follows closely on the heels of the release last Spring of Brite23, which offered a similar channel configuration but had probes suited… Read more »

New: Innovative spectral tunable LED lighting system for vision research, color science, and more!

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We are pleased to announce that Cortech Solutions has been appointed as the exclusive distributor for Thouslite of Changzhou City, China. Thouslite is a rapidly growing entrepreneurial company founded by color scientists to develop modern tools for vision research, color science, surface color assessment and a range of other applications. Cortech Solutions will marketing and… Read more »

Postscript: International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting 2018

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INS 2018 was a refreshing look at the tradition of neuropsychology and continued refinement of it’s tools sweetened with talks about exciting new developments in neuroscience and neuroimaging. This juxtaposition of tradition with innovation appeared to be designed to beckon neuropsychology practitioners to imagine a more audacious future for their discipline. I enjoyed meeting members… Read more »