Magnetoencephalography (MEG) offers a unique window into rapid neuronal processes underlying cognition in humans. MEG is a highly sensitive techniques that measures magnetic fields produced by electrical currents occurring naturally in nerve cells, thereby providing independent information about the working human brain.
OHBA features a state-of-the-art MEGIN Triux™ Neo system comprising 306 MEG channel probing simultaneously magnetic fields all over head. In addition, our scanner provides a 128-channel EEG allowing near complete capture of the brain’s macroscopic electrophysiological signature. This is complemented by a rich repertoire of stimulus delivery systems and response devices facilitating a wide range of fundamental and clinical oriented research projects.
Under the hood, the OHBA MEG incorporates ultra-resilient ARMOR™ sensor technology, rendering the device capable of instantly recovering even from the harshest magnetic fields without fear of rendering the sensors inoperable. Powerful software together with bespoke electronics allows compensation of head movements during scan as well as removal of a wide range of artefact signals.
If you are interested in using the MEG facilities, contact
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User Guides and Documents
- Starting a MEG Project
- MEG Projects General Guide
- MEG Recommended Reading
- MEG Technical Guide [SSO required]
- Calpendo new project form tutorial
- Devices for MEG Studies
- OHBA Software Library (OSL)
- Manuals (MEG, Eyetracker and other devices specifications) [SSO Required]
- SOPs [SSO Required]