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Virtual RealityHow to Create a Stimulus Presentation Paradigm in VRCreating a Stimulus Presentation experiment in a Virtual Reality (VR) environment is a technique used in many different life science research protocols. After showcasing the possibilities in last month’s online event, we will now demonstrate how to develop a VR experiment while integrating physiological data into the paradigm. BIOPAC will present a basic template for creating an experiment in VR. A participant will interact with sequentially presented 3D objects, then we will analyze the physiological and behavioral responses. In this specific example, food items will be presented, but the paradigm could be modified for other stimulus presentations.20-05-21
Virtual RealityBiofeedback + VR + Physiological Technical ShowcaseCreating simulated environments and Virtual Reality (VR) experiments is easy with tools from BIOPAC Systems and Worldviz VR. These tools allow researchers to conduct experiments while combining simulations with physiological data and biofeedback. When starting these experiments, researchers often ask: What options are available? What equipment do I need? How do I create a virtual environment? How do I get started? This technical showcase demonstrates a series of VR and computer simulations along with resources on how to create interactive experiments. Join us to learn these techniques and creative ways to combine physiology data collection, VR, and biofeedback.20-04-22
Virtual RealityIntegrating VR, Eye Tracking, and Biofeedback in Your Research, Part IV Virtual Reality offers researchers controlled and replicable experimental setups that allow manipulation of the environment otherwise impossible or prohibitively expensive in the real world. These setups can be combined with real-time participant physiology data collection to generate feedback during an experiment in a virtual world. Join BIOPAC and WorldViz in this online presentation about creating VR experiments with integrated Eye Tracking, biometric data, and real-time feedback. We’ll show you how to conduct your own VR experiment and we’ll dig into the analysis with event marks so you can learn how to analyze the combined data.20-03-18
Virtual RealityProjection VR, Training, Physiological Evaluation & BiofeedbackProjection-based virtual reality provides a powerful, immersive medium that makes running and experiencing VR applications easy by eliminating the need for heavy headgear or cables. Join Alex Dimov, from BIOPAC, and Daniel Tinkham and Bryce Armstrong, from WorldViz, as they guide you through virtual reality training where participants are immersed in virtual worlds while meaningful data is collected.21-12-02
Eye TrackingEnabling Mobile Eye Tracking with Screen-Based StimuliEye tracking research has fallen into two categories—mobile participants who are studied in real-world situations and participants who are responding to stimuli in a lab. Researchers often want to run both types of studies but are stymied by budget limitations. A new tool by Argus Science, a leader in eye tracking devices, has emerged as a viable option for researchers who want flexibility in their eye tracking experiments. Join BIOPAC to learn about Argus Science’s new eye tracking option called ETAnalysis StimTrac which has combined different types of eye tracking functionality into one tool. With StimTrac, researchers can now conduct both mobile and screen-based experiments. Using eye tracking glasses in a remote location also allows researchers to conduct research during COVID-19.20-10-28
Eye TrackingCollaborative VR with Group Interactivity, Physiology & Eye TrackingLearn how to perform VR experiments with two or more participants, either together or in different locations, without the need for advanced coding knowledge. Researchers can now do all this within a single integrated program that enables interactions for participants—with each other and their environments—while obtaining eye tracking analytics and physiological measurements. Data like shared gaze and gaze intersection paired with numerous physiological signals (ECG, EMG, fNIRS) will raise your research to a new level..22-04-21
Eye TrackingOne Tool for Stimulus Presentation, Eye Tracking & Physiology DataBIOPAC now offers full integration of new, Stimulus Presentation, Eye Tracking, and Physiology data acquisition and analysis in AcqKnowledge software. This combination of tools, integrated into one solution, allows researchers to easily manage all data collection and analysis in a single application. BIOPAC hosts an online presentation to review this new functionality and show you how to seamlessly synchronize your areas of interest (AOI) as well as, stimulus presentation, eye tracking, and physiology data. The talk focuses on optimizing setup, highlighting the benefits of a fully integrated solution, and how to extract eye tracking and physiology metrics from key points such as the cumulative average skin conductance level while a participant is focused on AOI. We also show how to trigger other devices such as scent delivery systems and electrical stimulators when participants hit certain AOI.21-07-29
Eye TrackingEye Tracking and Mobile Participants | Part IIIEye Tracking glasses are one of the most efficient data collection tools in the field, from inside a moving vehicle, to a sporting event, places of work, and more. Combining eye tracking with physiology data is used by researchers developing insights in ergonomics, exercise, product development, usability, UX, group dynamics, performance development, and user training. Join BIOPAC for this online presentation to learn how to set up an eye tracking experiment with eyeglasses, and how to combine and analyze this data with physiology data signals including EEG, ECG, EDA, EMG/fEMG, RSP, and others.20-02-27
Eye TrackingExperiments in the Field > Mobile & Remote ResearchWith modern technology, research now goes beyond the typical lab setting and takes place in the real world and virtual environments. Mobile and remote data recording solutions allow participants to live their lives and respond naturally while researchers capture high-quality data. In the field, researchers can record biometrics, easily mark events of interest, and synchronize personal audio notes to add context or feedback. Join us for Experiments in the Field > Mobile & Remote Research. Tim Cook, BIOPAC Product Expert and Sales Manager, will walk you through best practices & system-level solutions to optimize mobile and remote data recording. We will show a variety of systems—Eye Tracking, Logger, Portable DAQ, etc.—with easy setup and interface options with AcqKnowledge software.21-04-15
Eye TrackingMultimodal Workload Measurements | Combining fNIRS, ECG/HRV, Eye Tracking & Stimulus PresentationThere is overwhelming evidence that combining multiple physiological measures provides greater power to discriminate mental workload as well as other cognitive states. Researchers frequently acquire disparate data streams for studies in cognition, human factors, ergonomics (e.g., automotive and aviation testing), user experience and more. In this online presentation, BIOPAC will demonstrate how to set up a multimodal experiment using fNIRS, ECG/HRV, eye tracking, and stimulus presentation. Join BIOPAC for Part II of our fNIRS and Mental Workload Series with Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC Systems, and Alex Dimov, European Sales Manager. They will walk you through all the steps of creating and analyzing this type of experiment.21-03-30
Eye TrackingIntegrating VR, Eye Tracking, and Biofeedback in Your Research | Part IVJoin BIOPAC and WorldViz in this online presentation about creating VR experiments with integrated Eye Tracking, biometric data, and real-time feedback. We’ll show you how to conduct your own VR experiment and we’ll dig into the analysis with event marks so you can learn how to analyze the combined data.20-03-18
Eye TrackingRemote Eye Tracking-Advanced Integration with Physiology Data | Part IICombining stimulus presentation, physiology data and eye tracking data together in one platform is the newest way BIOPAC helps researchers be more efficient. Researchers can now present stimuli and collect & combine eye tracking data with physiology data in a single interface. Join BIOPAC for this online training about how to run a robust experiment using Remote Screen-based Eye Tracking Bars with AcqKnowledge.20-01-23
Eye TrackingEye Tracking Fundamentals | Part IEyes are the window to the soul and, more importantly, the brain. Psychophysiology, neuroscience, and consumer neuroscience researchers use eye tracking technology to understand emotion, behavior, subject response, decision-making, human performance, and to help improve products and services. But not everyone knows where to start or how and why to use this important technology. Join BIOPAC in this online presentation and learn the fundamentals of eye tracking.19-11-21
Eye TrackingEye Tracking Webinar - BIOPAC & SMIHow to integrate eye tracking data with physiological measurements - BIOPAC and SensoMotoric Instruments experts present user case studies to demonstrate new research capabilities made possible by the plug & play integration of SMI eye tracking technology with BIOPAC’s wireless physiological recording systems.16-05-08
Emerging TechnologiesThe Future of Physiology ResearchLife science researchers depend on rapidly evolving technology for scientific discovery. Understanding the next generation of tools is critical. Join industry leader BIOPAC Systems, Inc. for a peek into the future of physiology research.17-10-26
Emerging TechnologiesNovel, Mobile, Wearable Device for EDA, Pulse, ECG, TempSmart Ring Enables High-Quality Data Acquisition & Analysis. Good things come in small packages, especially when they are mobile, cloud-connected, and compact enough to fit on a finger. The Research Ring from BIOPAC partner Senstream is a revolutionary research platform that enables the capture of high-quality data from numerous physiological signals on a single, small, user-friendly device.22-09-01
Emerging TechnologiesHow to Conduct Valid & Valuable Research Using Media PsychophysiologyMedia psychophysiology and neuroscience offer researchers a valuable framework for investigating media processes and effects. Academic media and communication departments are adopting this framework for their labs in growing numbers as it allows a communication scientist to study both conscious and less conscious responses to media content and technology.20-09-17
Emerging TechnologiesNew Smart Technology for the LabBIOPAC is announcing a new series of wired amplifiers. These newly engineered amplifiers are small and lightweight, and they easily attach to subjects. Learn about these amplifiers and how they can improve your research. BIOPAC will do a live demo of the technology and they’ll show you why these amplifiers are so smart (hint: channel configuration).19-02-14
Emerging TechnologiesBiofeedback + VR + Physiological Technical ShowcaseCreating simulated environments and Virtual Reality (VR) experiments is easy with tools from BIOPAC Systems and Worldviz VR. These tools allow researchers to conduct experiments while combining simulations with physiological data and biofeedback. When starting these experiments, researchers often ask: What options are available? What equipment do I need? How do I create a virtual environment? How do I get started?20-04-22
Best Practices for Good DataFundamentals of Physiological Data RecordingUnderstanding the basic principles of physiological data collection is critical to both educators and researchers who teach and conduct physiology experiments. Configuring your equipment and knowing the fundamentals of data collection will help you avoid making costly missteps and even refine your current experiment. Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, recognizes common mistakes with physiology recording and shares his secrets for collecting great data. Utilizing over 20 years of experience in the life sciences monitoring industry, Frazer outlines important guidelines by conducting a live demo with real-world examples and live data collection.18-02-27
Best Practices for Good DataDemonstration of Autonomic Function Testing – Recording and Data Analysis Part IValid and reliable autonomic function testing plays an essential role in identifying a diagnosis, evaluating the prognosis, and treating autonomic nervous system diseases. These tests are also frequently performed in research labs to investigate autonomic responses in both health and disease. Surrogate measures are used to assess autonomic status by presenting different physiological challenges and recording end organ responses. Often, focus is placed on recorded changes in heart rate, blood pressure, sweating, etc..22-05-04
Best Practices for Good DataDemonstration of Autonomic Function Testing – Recording and Data Analysis Part IIValid and reliable autonomic function testing plays an essential role in identifying a diagnosis, evaluating the prognosis, and treating autonomic nervous system diseases. These tests are also frequently performed in research labs to investigate autonomic responses in both health and disease. Surrogate measures are used to assess autonomic status by presenting different physiological challenges and recording end organ responses. Often, focus is placed on recorded changes in heart rate, blood pressure, sweating, etc..22-05-12
Best Practices for Good DataSTRESS - Measuring Related Physiological ChangesHow do physiological signals change when we experience stress? How can we monitor those changes continuously so we can aim to improve our quality of life? BIOPAC presents a wide array of noninvasive and continuous measurements of stress-related physiological signals and provide in-depth guidance about best practices for recording and data analysis. We demonstrate physiological correlates of both short- and long-term load on the stress response system in the context of a public speaking task and daily activities. Join Alex Dimov, Product Expert and Head of European Sales, as he demonstrates how researchers can use physiological data to better understand our stress response.21-10-07
Best Practices for Good DataMultiparticipant or Large Groups - Recording from Multiple Participants Part IIThere are many different use cases for multiparticipant studies, and they each come with their own set of complexities. This online presentation will focus on the equipment needed for different experimental scenarios and subject preparation so you can get the best possible data from your subjects. BIOPAC will reduce some of the complexity and increase the quality of the data you collect. We will provide information about the most appropriate equipment for different experimental scenarios and optimize hardware setup for each use case. We will also focus on subject preparation to ensure that you get the best possible data from your subjects. In the cinema, in the classroom, in the office; both in the lab and in the field; in virtual reality in the same or separate locations – we can help with practical advice to make a study run smoothly.21-05-30
Best Practices for Good DataDyadic Interactions Involving Parents, Children, Couples, and More - Recording from Multiple Participants Part IPerforming a dyadic experiment is more complex and requires more planning than research with single participants. The choice and configuration of the equipment is driven by the experimental paradigm, equipment should be unobtrusive, and data must be tightly synchronized. Fortunately, recording physiological signals can be made easy by making the right choices in instrumentation, planning out the experiment, and streamlining data analysis. Join BIOPAC to learn how to record high-quality, synchronized data for a wide range of applications including child-parent, doctor-patient, partner-to-partner interactions, and more.21-05-20
Best Practices for Good DataExperiments in the Field > Mobile & Remote ResearchWith modern technology, research now goes beyond the typical lab setting and takes place in the real world and virtual environments. Mobile and remote data recording solutions allow participants to live their lives and respond naturally while researchers capture high-quality data. In the field, researchers can record biometrics, easily mark events of interest, and synchronize personal audio notes to add context or feedback. Join us for Experiments in the Field > Mobile & Remote Research. Tim Cook, BIOPAC Product Expert and Sales Manager, will walk you through best practices & system-level solutions to optimize mobile and remote data recording. We will show a variety of systems—Eye Tracking, Logger, Portable DAQ, etc.—with easy setup and interface options with AcqKnowledge software.21-04-15
Best Practices for Good DataIntegrate Psychophysiological & Behavioral Data Using BIOPAC and Noldus ToolsIf you are working with The Observer XT and/or AcqKnowledge software, this session is the perfect deep dive into the benefits of integrating data seamlessly between both software platforms. Experts will guide viewers on how to study behavior and physiology using Noldus and BIOPAC tools.20-11-12
Best Practices for Good DataIntroduction to Pulse Plethysmography: Recording Great PPG DataPulse Plethysmography—detecting blood volume changes—is most commonly recorded with a plethysmograph (PPG). Good data recording techniques and the right selection of tools is crucial to acquiring reliable and repeatable results for a wide array of life science applications including Psychophysiology, Exercise Physiology, Sleep Studies, and more. In this event we will discuss the pros and cons of different recording areas, proper techniques and tools, and artifact and data analysis strategies.20-10-15
Best Practices for Good DataHow to Record Great Respiration DataRespiration is one of the major signals tracked in physiological research. Learning how to record good respiration data, and how to select the right tool and technique for your research, is critical to a successful experiment. Join Alex Dimov from BIOPAC to learn how to record great respiration data. Learn about the various options such as a classic resistance belt, inductance belts, thermistors, bioimpedance, ECG-derived respiration, and airflow. Alex demonstrates how to set up a respiration experiment and show you how to identify good and bad data. He also discusses basic analysis techniques to get you started.20-08-27
Best Practices for Good DataSave the Physiology Practical Lab with BSL HOMEWondering how students can get hands-on experience to learn the critical physiology skills usually taught in the practical lab during the Coronavirus epidemic? BIOPAC is introducing Biopac Student Lab Home (BSL HOME)—a new product specifically geared towards teaching physiology labs remotely. BSL HOME will allow your students to conduct physiology labs in the safety of their own home, dorm room, or any remote location.20-05-28
Best Practices for Good DataGood, Better, Best: Options for Subject PrepWhen should I use disposable electrodes versus reusable electrodes? How does lead length affect my physiology data? Where exactly does this electrode go? How do I manage the cables? BIOPAC has built up three decades of expertise in how best to collect physiology data and we are sharing our secrets. Join Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, for a revealing online presentation and live demo to learn the best ways you can set up your participant.19-10-29
Best Practices for Good DataResearch & Best Practices for Recording Newborns, Infants, and ToddlersNewborn, infant, and toddler study populations require a different approach than typical study groups. Researchers studying these populations face a unique set of challenges that often require specialized equipment and lab environments that may include parents or caregivers. Particular emphasis is typically placed on safety and skin sensitivity, as well..22-02-24
AcqKnowledge Tips & TricksTips and Tricks - Using AcqKnowledge for Recording and Analyzing Physiological DataThis webinar focuses on AcqKnowledge and examines features that can save time and make data acquisition and analysis a little easier. Frazer Findlay walks through all aspects of the user interface, set up, recording, and analyzing data, with a major focus on the display controls that allow you to set up the screen to view the data just the way you want. The event marking system is reviewed, including how measurements can be taken around event marks that were entered during and after data acquisition. Measurement tools are also covered, including both manual measurements and automatic measurements using Find Cycle Peak detector and using some of the automated analysis routines. Finally, User Preferences are covered, including customization options for menus, measurements, and hardware selection.17-08-24
AcqKnowledge Tips & TricksAcqKnowledge Bootcamp - Set Up Experiments to Facilitate Data AnalysisJoin BIOPAC to learn best practices and helpful techniques when using AcqKnowledge for data recording and reporting for physiology experiments. Increase efficiency during study setup to facilitate the analysis process. Based on our experience with thousands of research projects, we will share tips that should be of assistance to investigators, experienced and novice alike.21-08-26
AcqKnowledge Tips & TricksAcqKnowledge Tips and Tricks Q&A WebinarThis open format, Q&A webinar is a follow-up to the AcqKnowledge Tips and Tricks webinar. AcqKnowledge software is a powerful tool and we want to provide you with in-depth knowledge to get the most out of your data analysis. BIOPAC CEO Frazer Findlay starts the hour-long webinar by covering Event Marking, one of the more popular topics. He then moves on to answer other user-submitted questions from the original webinar and also takes new questions. This is a great opportunity to learn more about AcqKnowledge analysis and to see a live demo of the features you are using.17-08-31
AcqKnowledge Tips & TricksEDA Analysis Tips and Tricks in AcqKnowledgeThis webinar will provide Tips and Tricks for analyzing EDA data (Electrodermal Activity) in AcqKnowledge software. Frazer Findlay will cover important features and tools to help you produce successful EDA analysis for your study. Learn how to customize tools for easy viewing and exporting plus learn shortcuts and advanced features that will take your EDA analysis to the next level.17-09-19
AcqKnowledge Tips & TricksFind Cycle Peak DetectorThis webinar will focus on the AcqKnowledge Find Cycle Peak Detector function. The Find Cycle detector is an incredibly useful tool that allows users to identify peaks or parts of waveforms to place event markers, automatically take measurements, or average and view the data in different formats. If you are new to AcqKnowledge, you will learn advanced techniques to quickly analyze and get the most out of your data. If you’re a long time user, you will probably see useful analysis functions work in conjunction with Find Cycle to expedite your analysis process. AcqKnowledge is a very powerful tool and there are many features that can save time and make life easier.17-09-21
AcqKnowledge Tips & TricksAcqKnowledge Stim Synchronization and AnalysisResearchers rely on synchronizing physiology data with stimuli to provide insights on affect and emotion. Syncing event marks with visual and auditory stimuli is now more convenient than ever with powerful stimulus presentation software. Join BIOPAC for our third webinar on stimulation as we tie stimulation event marks with physiology data AcqKnowledge analysis synchronization.18-02-08
AcqKnowledge Tips & TricksAutomate AcqKnowledge with New Workflow ToolNew automation tool significantly saves time and improves data consistency with standardized automated procedures. Workflow’s drag-and-drop interface allows you to automate and repeat the signal-conditioning and processing steps your protocol requires in an easy-to-use process without requiring programming or scripting knowledge. Batch process multiple files with confidence that they will all be processed using the same procedure. Easily automate routines to expedite signal conditioning and preparation for analysis with a standardized and automated approach. Extract measurements, analyze data, and get results faster for meaningful scientific insights. Save and share workflows with others in your team, and reduce training time, increase standardization, and collaboration.22-09-15
AcqKnowledge Tips & TricksFundamentals of Physiological Data RecordingUnderstanding the basic principles of physiological data collection is critical to both educators and researchers who teach and conduct physiology experiments. Configuring your equipment and knowing the fundamentals of data collection will help you avoid making costly missteps and even refine your current experiment. Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, recognizes common mistakes with physiology recording and shares his secrets for collecting great data. Utilizing over 20 years of experience in the life sciences monitoring industry, Frazer outlines important guidelines by conducting a live demo with real-world examples and live data collection.18-02-27
Education & TeachingRefocus on Student Collaboration and Prioritize Hands-On Labs and LearningLearn strategies that refocus student collaboration and learning with hands-on Biopac Student Labs. We’re excited to showcase three instructors who share their experiences adapting to the recent COVID-19 crisis and how they managed to prioritize practical and meaningful labs. We examine ways to help students relearn working together, catch-up on in-person discovery, and get the most out of active learning after a year of virtual instruction.21-08-19
Education & TeachingLessons from Lockdown: How to Engage Students in Any EnvironmentSummer is around the corner and this marks the beginning of ‘Planning Season’ for instructors.  Last year, practical lab instructors struggled to plan for the unknown. Now, a year later, we can share our wisdom for safe ways to teach hands-on physiology labs in-person, remotely, or in a hybrid fashion. Whether you’re a new or experienced physiology instructor, we’ll help you kick off planning season successfully at our seminar.21-05-27
Education & TeachingEngineering the Future: Preparing BME Students with Practical LabsHow can you prepare your students for biomedical engineering in the real-world? Our distinguished speaker and ASEE member, Dr. Shankar Krishnan, will share his strategy for providing a solid foundation in human physiology (EKG/ECG, EMG, EEG, SP02, Respiration) to BME students. Join us to learn how he tailored BME curriculum to engage students and help them shape successful careers in biomedical engineering. He will also discuss tools for practical physiology experiments and give expert advice on acquiring teaching resources for engineering labs.21-04-29
Education & TeachingA Professor’s Perspective: Practical Labs During COVIDAdopting distance learning was a challenge for many professors around the world. Dr. Swapan Mookerjee didn’t want to lose the curriculum he’d worked hard to develop over the years. After researching the many different options available, he decided to provide his students with the ability to run practical labs from their remote locations. Using BSL Home, Dr. Mookerjee’s exercise physiology class is now thriving, and he wants to share his struggles and successes.21-01-14
Education & TeachingBSL Home - What’s In the Box and What Students LearnHow to Engage Students in Lab EnvironmentsBSL Home is a new teaching system for remote or in-class lab activities. Using BSL Home practical lab kits, students learn fundamentals of physiology and record life science data from their own bodies. BIOPAC is hosting an online presentation to explore the BSL Home box. Jasmine Anderson will walk you through all components and explain the steps a student will take from delivery to data reporting. This session will support students working alone at home or from any location and will ensure students get the same meaningful lab experience Biopac Student Lab has provided for millions of students in traditional labs.20-09-10
Education & TeachingSave the Physiology Practical Lab with BSL HOMEWondering how students can get hands-on experience to learn the critical physiology skills usually taught in the practical lab during the Coronavirus epidemic? BIOPAC is introducing Biopac Student Lab Home (BSL HOME)—a new product specifically geared towards teaching physiology labs remotely. BSL HOME will allow your students to conduct physiology labs in the safety of their own home, dorm room, or any remote location.20-05-28
Education & TeachingLive Demo: BSL Home in ActionInstructors are exploring all options for the fall and we hear a lot of frustration every day. There are many ways to approach teaching practical labs in this era—including going back to using clay models and pipe cleaners—but why not use a technology that will help you manage the unknown and unpredictable in a modern way? BIOPAC will demonstrate how students can continue learning through hands-on practical physiology labs regardless of social distancing, limited class sizes, or campus closures.20-07-23
Education & TeachingHow to Engage Students in Lab EnvironmentsWe all learn by doing. The concepts of science become real when your lab is configured to allow students to collect signals from their own bodies. A successful lab is one where students are fully engaged and learning the concepts—where they can achieve their goals without wasting time on equipment setup and confusing processes. That is why Cindy Marolf, EdD, Nebraska Wesleyan University, originally implemented BIOPAC, using it to increase student engagement, and taking student learning to the next level. Professor Marolf takes you into her lab, shows you how she’s utilized the Biopac Student Lab to customize her students’ lab experience, and discusses the positive impact it has had on both her and her students.18-05-08
AmplifierNew Smart Technology for the LabBIOPAC is announcing a new series of wired amplifiers. These newly engineered amplifiers are small and lightweight, and they easily attach to subjects. Learn about these amplifiers and how they can improve your research. We will do a live demo of the technology and we’ll show you why these amplifiers are so smart (hint: channel configuration).19-02-14
Animal ResearchMeasuring Long-Term Wireless EEG in RodentsFocused on the fundamentals of wireless, long-term EEG recording in small animals and presents new research capabilities enabled through the integration of EPOCH systems technology and BIOPAC physiological data acquisition and analysis systems. BIOPAC Systems can monitor multiple physiological signals from rodents. Recording and analyzing multi-channel electroencephalogram (EEG) signals in small animals offers detailed insights into brain activity, an important process to many research applications including psychophysiology, stroke, motor disorder, sleep, circadian rhythms, seizures and epilepsy, to name a few. However, traditional methods of obtaining long-term EEG data provide a myriad of challenges, including surgical complexity, an inability to utilize additional transmitters, and limitations when trying to study small, neonatal rodents. Moreover, attempting to co-register multi-channel EEG with complimentary physiological measurements adds another level of complexity, requiring the integration of multiple systems. If this is done incorrectly, it can lead to data acquisition errors, poor measurement synchronization and ultimately misleading results.17-02-07
Animal ResearchImprove Data and Animal Welfare with Advanced Telemetry DesignAnimal welfare is a major focus in research today. Understanding the issues around setting up flexible animal experiments, the impacts of using or not using group housing, and getting good data in varied settings are critical for today’s investigators. One researcher, Linda Hayward, Ph.D., University of Florida, successfully conducted a study on WKY and SHR rats implementing a unique study design. Join Dr. Hayward, Dr. Harm Knot, CTO TSE Systems, Tom Delahanty, TSE Systems Stellar developer and Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, for a discussion on telemetry studies and data analysis. Dr. Hayward will present her findings and Tom and Frazer will show you how to set up the equipment and software, so you can design and conduct your own studies with this novel system.18-05-17
BioNomadix WirelessThe Future of Physiology ResearchLife science researchers depend on rapidly evolving technology for scientific discovery. Understanding the next generation of tools is critical. Join industry leader BIOPAC Systems, Inc. for a peek into the future of physiology research. Frazer Findlay, BIOPAC CEO, discusses the latest technological advances that will impact researchers and their experiments.17-10-26
ECGRecording Great ECGHow to Get Great ECG (Electrocardiography) Data explains and demonstrates fundamental techniques for recording clean, usable ECG (EKG) data. It is applicable to researchers in both academic and commercial settings who need to accurately analyze ECG data in their experiments. Fundamentals overview is ideal for researchers who have two years or less of experience in analyzing ECG data.16-07-14
ECGHRV & RSA - Fundamental Analysis TechniquesHow to get Great ECG (Electrocardiography) Data: HRV and RSA Essentials focuses on demonstrating and understanding fundamental techniques for analyzing Heart Rate Variability and Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia data with AcqKnowledge software. Ideal for researchers who have two years or less of experience in analyzing ECG data. It is applicable to researchers in both academic and commercial settings who need to accurately analyze ECG data in their experiments. HRV Interpolated TachogramLearn how to accurately record and analyze great electrocardiography (ECG) data for experiments. Topics include Participant preparation; Proper setup; Common mistakes; Identifying artifacts in the data and how to fix them; Analysis techniques; Q & A.16-07-28
ECGEmotion and Objective Physiological MeasuresFeelings and emotions are at the core of how the human mind processes and responds to stimuli. Despite this connection, measuring human emotional response to stimuli in a meaningful way has presented a challenge to researchers for centuries. Today’s researchers use affect, a multi-dimensional approach to measuring psychophysiological responses to stimuli, to better understand the nature of human feelings, moods, emotions. Join us to learn how you can objectively measure emotional responses via physiological measures..22-03-24
EDAElectrodermal Activity Data - Intro to recording & Analysis
This EDA webinar presents recording techniques and strategies for optimizing electrodermal activity data quality. Emphasis is focused on signal quality for in-lab and remote recording applications, including techniques for capturing event triggers for event-related applications. The presentation also covers artifact identification and removal from data. AcqKnowledge automated analysis routines for skin conductance scoring and event-related analysis, and scripting and Workflow automation will be demonstrated. Batch processing and further custom automation will complete the webinar..22-07-14
ECGHeart Rate Variability Series, part 1: Time Domain MeasuresThis online seminar focuses on Heart Rate Variability (HRV) using time-series analysis options within AcqKnowledge software. We highlight how to record high-quality ECG and Respiration data as well as how to prepare data for automated HRV analysis. Presenters also review and show how statistical HRV provides measures for RMSSD, SDSD, and pNN50 values, as well as demonstrate the peak and valley analysis technique, using respiration and ECG signals for respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA). The Poincaré plot option is demonstrated. A preview of the new AcqKnowledge Workflow automation tool shows how it is possible to further streamline the analysis process..22-06-23
ECGHeart Rate Variability Series, part 2: Frequency Domain MeasuresSpectral analysis of HRV is a noninvasive and user-friendly tool for evaluating cardiac autonomic activity that allows researchers to detect any periodicities in their data. Generally, two frequency domains are commonly used. The first is low frequency (LF), which corresponds to both sympathetic and vagal influences. The second is high frequency (HF), which reflects vagal tone. The balance of sympathetic and parasympathetic tones can be represented by LF/HF as well. This analysis assists those studying autonomic functions in normal subjects following various interventions, autonomic dysfunctions, and prognosis..22-06-30
EDAEvent-Related EDA Combined with Stimulus Presentation: Set up, Optimize Quality, and AnalyzeEDA (Electrodermal Activity) is commonly used to obtain insights into numerous psychological processes such as emotional response and attention. Adding physiological measures and eye tracking reveals much more information than EDA alone. Combining stimulus presentation and multi-channel physiological data capture into a single platform makes it easy to study how the brain responds to discrete events and continuous stimuli. Join BIOPAC in this online presentation explaining the entire process of setting up an EDA + Stimulus Presentation experiment. We will design an experimental paradigm, set up the software and hardware, prepare the participant, run the experiment, and analyze the data. Learn tips and tricks from BIOPAC experts, Alex Dimov and Frazer Findlay, then get started with your own experiment.21-02-11
EDAEmotion and Objective Physiological MeasuresFeelings and emotions are at the core of how the human mind processes and responds to stimuli. Despite this connection, measuring human emotional response to stimuli in a meaningful way has presented a challenge to researchers for centuries. Today’s researchers use affect, a multi-dimensional approach to measuring psychophysiological responses to stimuli, to better understand the nature of human feelings, moods, emotions. Join us to learn how you can objectively measure emotional responses via physiological measures..22-03-24
EDAMeasuring the Emotional State of Guilt with Eye Tracking, EDA/GSR & fMRIGuilt is a powerful social emotion that can motivate humans to change their behavior. When researching guilt, Dr. Hongbo Yu used psychophysiology, eye tracking, and neuroimaging while exploring how eye contact enhances the emotional arousal of guilt. Participants were monitored while looking at the eye region or the nose region of fellow participants receiving pain stimulation in a video. Eye tracking ensured that the participant was fixating over the correct target region of the face and arousal levels were recorded using electrodermal activity as the participant watched the video..22-03-10
EDAEDA Part 1 - Recording Great EDA DataHow to Get Great EDA Data—Recording Great Data is Part 1 in BIOPAC’s three-part EDA webinar series on accurately recording and analyzing great electrodermal activity (EDA) data for experiments. This webinar focuses on participant and hardware setup and an overview of artifact identification and removal, analysis techniques, what good vs. bad data looks like, and common issues and troubleshooting.16-06-09
EDAEDA Part 2 - Analysis EssentialsHow to get Great EDA Data: Analysis Essentials is Part 2 in BIOPAC’s three-part EDA webinar series on accurately recording and analyzing great EDA data for experiments. This webinar focuses on demonstrating and understanding fundamental techniques for analyzing Electrodermal Activity (EDA) data with AcqKnowledge software Topics include data cleaning/artifact identification; Using AcqKnowledge‘s SCR scoring routine; Using AcqKnowledge’s automated Event-related EDA analysis; Converting digital events from stimulus presentation systems into AcqKnowledge events; Getting the data from AcqKnowledge into Excel; Using AcqKnowledge Power Tools for Greater Efficiency; Skin Conductance Response Analysis; Event-related EDA Analysis; Stimulus Response Analysis; Epoch Analysis; Ensemble Averaging; Find Cycle; Other Analysis Techniques.16-06-23
EDAEDA Part 3 - Analysis & ScriptingGet Great EDA Data: Analysis and Scripting is Part 3 in BIOPAC’s three-part EDA webinar series on accurately recording and analyzing great electrodermal activity (EDA) data for experiments. This webinar demonstrates how to automate several essential but time-consuming tasks such as artifact identification and removal using powerful AcqKnowledge software scripting tools.16-05-19
EDAEDA Analysis Tips and Tricks in AcqKnowledgeThis webinar will provide Tips and Tricks for analyzing EDA data (Electrodermal Activity) in AcqKnowledge software. Frazer Findlay will cover important features and tools to help you produce successful EDA analysis for your study. Learn how to customize tools for easy viewing and exporting plus learn shortcuts and advanced features that will take your EDA analysis to the next level.17-09-19
EDAOptimize Event-Related EDAElectrodermal Activity (EDA) is an objective index for understanding emotional states. Researchers measure EDA to gain insights on psychological or physiological response, leading them down the path of scientific discovery. Because EDA is so important to research, BIOPAC has created tools to optimize event-related EDA analysis. Join Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, to learn how you can improve your EDA analysis techniques. Frazer will run through an example of what the data looks like, he’ll show how it is converted, how to easily run the analysis, and he’ll brief you on the issues you may encounter.19-01-24
EEGAnimal EEG Webinar - Measuring Long-Term Wireless EEG in RodentsFocused on the fundamentals of wireless, long-term EEG recording in small animals and presents new research capabilities enabled through the integration of EPOCH systems technology and BIOPAC physiological data acquisition and analysis systems. BIOPAC Systems can monitor multiple physiological signals from animalsBIOPAC Systems can monitor multiple physiological signals from rodents. Recording and analyzing multi-channel electroencephalogram (EEG) signals in small animals offers detailed insights into brain activity, an important process to many research applications including psychophysiology, stroke, motor disorder, sleep, circadian rhythms, seizures and epilepsy, to name a few. However, traditional methods of obtaining long-term EEG data provide a myriad of challenges, including surgical complexity, an inability to utilize additional transmitters, and limitations when trying to study small, neonatal rodents. Moreover, attempting to co-register multi-channel EEG with complimentary physiological measurements adds another level of complexity, requiring the integration of multiple systems. If this is done incorrectly, it can lead to data acquisition errors, poor measurement synchronization and ultimately misleading results.17-02-07
EEGEvoked Potentials Part I: Exogenous or Stimulus-related Evoked PotentialsJoin BIOPAC for our Evoked Potentials Demonstration! Each day, our brains are bombarded with a myriad of internal and external stimuli. Our response to such stimuli can easily be recorded using averaged evoked potentials (EP) to provide a wealth of information about our psychophysiological states. Short-latency evoked potentials (BAEP, VEP, SEP) are obligate neuronal responses to stimuli that can even be recorded during sleep. These EPs reflect the processing of stimuli by primary sensory pathways. Learn how to use AcqKnowledge to stimulate a range of senses using electrical, auditory, visual, haptic, scent, and thermal stimuli and record evoked potentials. We will also demonstrate how stimuli can be synched with physiological recordings via tools such as E-Prime, SuperLab, DirectRT, MediaLab, Inquisit, Vizard, and Presentation..22-10-20
EEGCombine the New, Wireless 20 Channel EEG System with Multiple Physiology SignalsResearchers in the neuroscience field utilize EEG for experiments in real-world and simulated environments. EEG systems can often be uncomfortable for participants and difficult to set up for researchers. The B-Alert X Series in combination with BIOPAC’s data collection systems make it much easier for researchers who do work in EEG-based metrics, Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI), Consumer Neuroscience, Team Neurodynamics, Human Performance, Fatigue Management, etc. Participants are much more comfortable in this type of system, ensuring the best outcome for data quality. Join us with Chris Berka, CEO and Co-Founder of Advanced Brain Monitoring, and Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC Systems, to learn how B-Alert X24 allows researchers to quickly collect 20 channels of EEG data to provide more information from the brain and target more regions with better resolution.21-01-28
EEGEEG for Psychophysiology ResearchLearn how to add Electroencephalography (EEG) data to psychophysiological research applications, proper setup, and identification of usable EEG data for a variety of systems recording up to 32 channels of surface EEG from human participants.17-04-20
EEGEEG for Psychophysiology Research Part IIMany researchers in psychophysiology, physiology, consumer neuromarketing and behavior, and other fields of study want to utilize Electroencephalography (EEG) data in their experimental protocols but do not wish to add high-density EEG recordings. For those who do not specialize in EEG, a wide variety of choices makes determining the best system for adding this valuable signal a bewildering challenge. Moreover, once a system is added that matches the researcher’s needs, proper setup to ensure reliable data and reviewing the data to determine its usability can be problematic for new researchers, or for those who do not work with EEG extensively. The B-Alert EEG system offers a user-friendly solution!17-05-24
EEGEEG for Psychophysiology Research Part III - Low Density Recording & AnalysisA low-density recording can consist of a single channel of EEG and work up from there. In many instances, a classic EEG cap isn’t used and regular electrodes are applied to the scalp and held in place with conductive, adhesive gel. This webinar provides live demonstrations of EEG recordings without the use of an electrode cap and places special emphasis on setup, recording, and analysis. BIOPAC CEO Frazer Findlay walks through the setup process to provide tips and tricks for recording high-quality data. The analysis segment covers the different EEG frequency bands and takes a close look at EEG frequency analysis, including Mean power, Mean, Median, and Peak frequency across user-selectable time periods. Alpha RMS and Delta power analysis. are also addressed.17-07-13
EEGEEG for Psychophysiology Research Part IV – Mobita Wireless SystemPart IV of our EEG Webinar Series will focus on the Mobita 32-Channel Wireless EEG System. Attendees will see a live demo of the wireless Mobita EEG system and will learn about adding Electroencephalography (EEG) data to psychophysiological research applications, proper setup, and identification of usable EEG data for recording up to 32 channels of surface EEG from human participants. Frazer Findlay will also cover integrated AcqKnowledge analysis functions.17-10-12
EMGHow to get Great EMG (Electromyography) DataHow to record clean, usable EMG Electromyography) data and Facial EMG data using BIOPAC equipment to record and analyze great EMG data. The webinar is ideal for researchers in both academic and commercial settings who need to record and analyze accurate EMG data for their experiments.17-01-19
EMGHow to get Great EMG (Electromyography) Data-AnalysisHow to analyze EMG (Electromyography) Data using BIOPAC’s AcqKnowledge software. This presentation is ideal for researchers in both academic and commercial settings who need to record and analyze accurate EMG data for their experiments.17-02-16
EMGHow to Record Great Facial EMG DataHuman facial expressions are tied to human emotion. Feelings of fear, surprise, happiness, disgust, sadness, and anger can be understood by researchers recording Facial electromyography (fEMG) data. Activities in the zygomaticus major muscle tend to correspond with positive emotions (happiness, surprise), and the corrigator supercilii muscle tends to correspond with negative emotions (anger, fear, disgust). Researchers use this EMG data for a variety of studies involving visual, auditory and haptic stimuli, startle and response, unconscious learning, emotional response and more. Join Frazer Findlay, CEO, BIOPAC for a webinar on recording great Facial EMG. Learn how to set up a Facial EMG study, where to place the electrodes and best practices for recording signals on the muscles tied to our emotions.18-03-28
EMGUnderstand Human Emotions with Facial EMGThis training session focuses on tracking human emotions with Facial EMG. Join Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, to learn about recording fEMG with Smart Amplifiers. Frazer demonstrates where to place electrodes and best practices for collecting Facial Electromyography signals and electrical activity from the Zygomaticus and Corrugator Supercilii muscles. fEMG is used for a variety of studies involving visual, auditory and haptic stimuli, startle and response, emotional response, unconscious learning, and more.19-04-25
Exercise & MobilityErgonomics & Fatigue Part I: Biomechanics and Peripheral PhysiologyJoin BIOPAC for our Ergonomics and Fatigue Series! Learn how physiological signals from the body can help researchers and industrial designers improve ergonomics and reduce operator fatigue. Whether using specialized equipment, performing repetitive tasks, or simply going about our daily work routine, the effects of design in our environment as well as the tools we use and the way we use them can impact our health, work performance, and quality of life. Learn how to record and analyze data from sensors related to biomechanics, muscle and eye fatigue, and elevated or reduced stress. Combine these measures with synchronized video to gain better insight into a participant’s performance under varying ergonomic conditions. Also, learn how you can use virtual reality to quickly prototype changes to interfaces or work environments to improve ergonomics and minimize fatigue. All of this can be done without incurring the cost and time needed to create a physical prototype. Researchers can make rapid adjustments and test performance before going to a physical model of their environment..22-11-10
Exercise & MobilityRecording Great Data from Exercising and Mobile SubjectsIn this webinar, attendees will learn practices and system options for recording great biometric data from exercising and mobile subjects. The webinar will present live data from an exercising subject and focus on best practices for recording high-quality life science signals.17-06-22
Exercise & MobilityRecording High-Quality Metabolic Data in Human SubjectsObtaining accurate and reproducible metabolic data, such as oxygen consumption (VO2), carbon dioxide production (VCO2) and respiratory exchange ratio (RER), from research participants at rest and during exercise provides detailed insights regarding human response and physiology. These measurements are extremely important to many research disciplines including exercise physiology, sports science, biomedical engineering, psychophysiology, and various consumer neuroscience applications.17-11-29
Facial Expression & Facial CodingUsing Facial Expressions to Understand BehaviorResearchers often need to explain complex behaviors tied to emotional response. Collecting good emotional data and translating that data into a conclusion is critical when understanding and FaceReader affectiive responseexplaining behavior.18-09-27
Facial Expression & Facial CodingUnderstand Human Emotions with Facial EMGThis training session focuses on tracking human emotions with Facial EMG. Join Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, to learn about recording fEMG with Smart Amplifiers. Frazer demonstrates where to place electrodes and best practices for collecting Facial Electromyography signals and electrical activity from the Zygomaticus and Corrugator Supercilii muscles. fEMG is used for a variety of studies involving visual, auditory and haptic stimuli, startle and response, emotional response, unconscious learning, and more.19-04-25
fNIRS Optical ImagingStudying Cognitive FunctionExperts discuss combining fNIR Brain Imaging & Physiological Signals to Study Cognitive Function. Fundamentals of fNIR Functional Near Infrared Imaging to measure neural activity and hemodynamic response in the prefrontal cortex for cognitive function assessment are reviewed, and new research capabilities enabled through the integration of optical brain imaging technology with physiological data collection & stimulation systems are presented.16-09-15
fNIRS Optical ImagingfNIRS Data AnalysisIn this online training, we will present a typical analysis workflow for fNIRS data in experiments featuring both event-based and continuous stimulation. We will present a powerful yet easy-to-use software package with both a graphical user interface and scripting capability (for automation)..22-08-25
fNIRS Optical ImagingMultimodal Workload Measurements | Combining fNIRS, ECG/HRV, Eye Tracking & Stimulus PresentationThere is overwhelming evidence that combining multiple physiological measures provides greater power to discriminate mental workload as well as other cognitive states. Researchers frequently acquire disparate data streams for studies in cognition, human factors, ergonomics (e.g., automotive and aviation testing), user experience and more. In this online presentation, BIOPAC will demonstrate how to set up a multimodal experiment using fNIRS, ECG/HRV, eye tracking, and stimulus presentation.21-03-30
fNIRS Optical ImagingHow to Add NIRS Labs for Brain Function and Muscle OxygenationfNIRS Education Systems are stand-alone functional imaging solutions for continuous NIR spectroscopy. The low-cost fNIRS Education System is a complete solution for educators including curriculum materials, hardware, and software to record, process, and analyze up to 6 optodes of NIRS data. Curriculum materials covering 4 lessons with step-by-step guides for 9 student-friendly exercises measuring changes in deoxygenated (Hb) and oxygenated (HbO2) hemoglobin during cognitive and neuromuscular tasks are included. Instructors can combine with existing Biopac Student Lab systems or use as a stand-alone imaging solution in their lab or classroom. The systems can easily integrate with most commercial physiology teaching systems.21-06-10
fNIRS Optical ImagingfNIRS for Mental Workload AssessmentAre you interested in getting started with fNIRS? fNIRS is growing in popularity as a tool for studying human cognition including workload, memory, learning, attention and more. It is simpler than ever to incorporate into your experiments. Join BIOPAC for a compelling exploration of using fNIRS in your research. We will present a lightweight, ergonomic, and easy-to-use ecosystem of recording hardware and software. Plus, we will demonstrate each step of the process - from setting up the participant to running an experiment and analyzing the results.21-03-18
fNIRS Optical ImagingHow to get High Quality Optical Brain Imaging DataThis webinar is ideal for new and experienced researchers using Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) in their studies or for individuals who wish to improve their understanding of strategies and techniques available for obtaining and analyzing great optical brain imaging data. Optical brain imaging technology provides researchers with a powerful method to study a variety of brain functions, including (but not limited to) attention, working memory, planning, decision making, problem-solving, etc. Cognitive Optical Brain Imaging (COBI) Studio is a hardware integrated software platform designed for functional Near Infrared (fNIR) Spectroscopy imaging systems. fNIRSOFT is a stand-alone software package designed to process, analyze and visualize functional near-infrared spectroscopy signals through a graphical user interface and/or scripting (for automation). In this webinar hosted by BIOPAC Systems and fNIR Devices, BIOPAC and fNIR Devices representatives and experts from academia will provide viewers with in-depth “how to” techniques, tips, and procedures for using these two powerful software tools to obtain and analyze great optical brain imaging data.16-11-17
fNIRS Optical ImagingfNIR Applications and SolutionsFunctional Near-Infrared Optical Imaging (fNIR) provides insights on cognitive brain function and is appealing to researchers studying attention, memory, planning, and problem-solving in natural settings, in the lab, or in the field. This technology—which is much more affordable than fMRI—is used in hemodynamic response & neural activity, optical brain imaging, cognition (e.g., working memory, decision-making processes, mental fatigue), neuroergonomics, neuromarketing, and muscle oxygenation studies.19-03-21
MRI and fMRIData Collection in the fMRI Environment (Human)Physiological data collection during magnetic resonance imagining (MRI) requires special consideration. Researchers need to ensure strong physiological signals while avoiding potential dangers for the participant. Understanding the issues around safety, set up and specialized equipment is important when collecting psychophysiology data inside the scanner. Jennifer Robinson, Ph.D., Auburn University, expert in functional MRI & psychophysiology, will present recommendations for successful fMRI data collection. Join Dr. Robinson and Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, for a deep dive into the world of fMRI data collection.18-04-11
MRI and fMRICollect Human Blood Pressure during MRI ExperimentsMeasuring Continuous, Beat-by-Beat, Blood Pressure (BP) on subjects in the MRI is not an easy task because of the harsh environment and the lack of reliable MR Safe devices. Researchers have lacked options for collecting continuous BP data from human subjects, but things have changed and BIOPAC is now able to offer a new updated MR-Safe blood pressure measurement solution.19-05-23
NIBPNew Integration > NIBP & BIOPAC Physiology Research SystemFully-integrated, easy-to-use, compact system collects blood pressure and extracts Systolic, Diastolic, and Mean Arterial Pressure values. Cardiovascular insights are much easier to achieve with this new integration from BIOPAC and CNSystems. The CNAP™ technology is now fully incorporated in a single BIOPAC amplifier for the MP160 system where it can be fully controlled by AcqKnowledge Software. The new NIBP100E amplifier, utilizing CNAP clinical technology, is available soon and optimized for research. Adding continuous, beat-by-beat, noninvasive Blood Pressure (BP) to physiology experiments helps researchers understand the cardiovascular system and conduct psychophysiology research (e.g., how blood pressure responds to threats/challenges). The extended hemodynamic values option provides continuous measures of CO, CI, SV, SI, SVR, and SVRI.21-09-23
NIBPSimplify BP & Hemodynamics MeasurementAdding continuous, beat-by-beat, noninvasive Blood Pressure (BP) to physiology experiments gives researchers better cardiovascular insights yet many researchers avoid collecting blood pressure signals because of its complexity. But what if you could add BP without adding the complexity?18-12-12
NIBPCollect Human Blood Pressure during MRI ExperimentsMeasuring Continuous, Beat-by-Beat, Blood Pressure (BP) on subjects in the MRI is not an easy task because of the harsh environment and the lack of reliable MR Safe devices. Researchers have lacked options for collecting continuous BP data from human subjects, but things have changed and BIOPAC is now able to offer a new updated MR-Safe blood pressure measurement solution.19-05-23
NIBPIntegrating Noninvasive Blood Pressure Monitoring with Human Physiology MeasurementsExperts discussed the fundamentals of real-time, beat-to-beat noninvasive blood pressure (NIBP) monitoring and present new research capabilities enabled through the integration of NIBP technology and physiological recording systems.16-12-06
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationEvent-Related EDA Combined with Stimulus Presentation: Set up, Optimize Quality, and AnalyzeEDA (Electrodermal Activity) is commonly used to obtain insights into numerous psychological processes such as emotional response and attention. Adding physiological measures and eye tracking reveals much more information than EDA alone. Combining stimulus presentation and multi-channel physiological data capture into a single platform makes it easy to study how the brain responds to discrete events and continuous stimuli. Join BIOPAC in this online presentation explaining the entire process of setting up an EDA + Stimulus Presentation experiment. We will design an experimental paradigm, set up the software and hardware, prepare the participant, run the experiment, and analyze the data. Learn tips and tricks from BIOPAC experts, Alex Dimov and Frazer Findlay, then get started with your own experiment.21-02-11
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationOne Tool for Stimulus Presentation, Eye Tracking & Physiology DataBIOPAC now offers full integration of new, Stimulus Presentation, Eye Tracking, and Physiology data acquisition and analysis in AcqKnowledge software. This combination of tools, integrated into one solution, allows researchers to easily manage all data collection and analysis in a single application. BIOPAC hosts an online presentation to review this new functionality and show you how to seamlessly synchronize your areas of interest (AOI) as well as, stimulus presentation, eye tracking, and physiology data.21-07-29
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationFundamentals of Electrical StimulationHighly-controlled electrical stimulation can provide a unique tool to discern sensory functions and associated physiological responses. Electrical stimulation, which can take several forms, must be tightly controlled in lab environments for the comfort and safety of participants—human and animal. In this online event, BIOPAC experts will review the fundamentals of electrical stimulation and demonstrate how to safely set up an experiment using electrical or haptic stimulation.21-02-25
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationHow to Create a Stimulus Presentation Paradigm in VRCreating a Stimulus Presentation experiment in a Virtual Reality (VR) environment is a technique used in many different life science research protocols. After showcasing the possibilities in last month’s online event, we will now demonstrate how to develop a VR experiment while integrating physiological data into the paradigm. BIOPAC will present a basic template for creating an experiment in VR. A participant will interact with sequentially presented 3D objects, then we will analyze the physiological and behavioral responses. In this specific example, food items will be presented, but the paradigm could be modified for other stimulus presentations.20-05-21
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationNew Scent Delivery System for ResearchIf you have salivated to the aroma of freshly baked cinnamon rolls or been calmed by a hint of lavender in the air, you know the power of scent. Researchers can now harness that power to examine the impact of olfactory stimuli, such as Decision Making, Consumer Behavior, Emotional States, Stress and Sensory Testing..21-11-04
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationE-Prime 3 Experiment CreationLearn how to create a BIOPAC experiment from scratch in E-Prime 3 Experiment Generator, using BIOPAC devices.17-06-08
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationE-Prime 3 ExperimentsE-Prime 3 Experiment Generator, experiment creation including an overview of Chronos and how to set up Digital I/O lines to link E-Prime and BIOPAC.17-07-20
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationStimulus Presentation and Event Mark Up with E-Prime Researchers rely on synchronizing physiology data with stimuli to provide insights on affect and emotion. Syncing event marks with visual and auditory stimuli is now more convenient than ever with powerful stimulus presentation software. Join BIOPAC for our next webinar as we provide an overview of the E-Prime Stimulus Presentation Software and AcqKnowledge analysis synchronization.17-12-07
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationStimulus Presentation and Event Mark Up with SuperLabResearchers rely on synchronizing physiology data with stimuli to provide insights on affect and emotion. Syncing event marks with visual and auditory stimuli is now more convenient than ever with powerful stimulus presentation software. Watch this webinar for an overview of SuperLab Presentation Software and AcqKnowledge analysis synchronization.18-01-25
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationAcqKnowledge Stim Synchronization and AnalysisResearchers rely on synchronizing physiology data with stimuli to provide insights on affect and emotion. Syncing event marks with visual and auditory stimuli is now more convenient than ever with powerful stimulus presentation software. Join BIOPAC for our third webinar on stimulation as we tie stimulation event marks with physiology data AcqKnowledge analysis synchronization.18-02-08
Stimulation & Stimulus PresentationStimulation Techniques for ResearchersBIOPAC will present a live demonstration of the different types of stimulation that can be delivered and controlled from BIOPAC’s AcqKnowledge software. We will review electrical, auditory, visual, haptic, and olfactory stimulation types along with BIOPAC’s NEW thermal stimulator. This live demonstration showing setup and recording will provide a detailed overview of the stimulator software in AcqKnowledge. Subject preparation for several stimulation techniques will be discussed and shown during the demo. Plus, we’ll present how third-party stimulators interact with AcqKnowledge software.18-10-25
Video & MultimediaSynchronize Participant Video with Physiology DataVideo is a compelling addition to physiology experiments. Researchers need to understand and observe the behavior of the participant, identify problems during the experiment and get a general sense of behavior and how that behavior relates to the data. If data looks wrong or bad, video can help researchers figure out why.18-11-29

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