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Twente Medical Systems International B.V. is specialized in developing high-precision multi-channel amplifiers, data acquisition and communication solutions, first and foremost for (electro-)physiological applications.
The company uses unique amplifier technology, especially suited for use in "hostile" measurement environments, such as very noisy surroundings, in demanding ambulatory applications with potential movement artifacts or in cases with very poor electrode impedances. TMSi offers its products through OEM partners and sells them directly to the medical research community.
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Introducing TMSi MATLAB Interface
TMSi is happy to announce the release of the TMSi MATLAB Interface. As the name already implies, the TMSi MATLAB Interface allows direct streaming to MATLAB of electrophysiological data measured with TMSi equipment. The interface is compatible with all TMSi amplifier systems. So whether you are using the multichannel Refa, Porti or Mobita systems, or the smaller Mobi or MobiMini systems, you can now use them all in combination with MATLAB! And best of all? It is free of charge!
For more information, look here, or you can start using the TMSi MATLAB Interface right away. All you need to do is register on our TMSi Support forum and download the TMSi MATLAB Interface. The example scripts that are included will guide you through the way the interface works.
Team BrainGain wins silver in BCI race at the Cybathlon 2016
Team BrainGain from Nijmegen has won the silver medal in the Brain Computer Interface race on the Cybathlon 2016. The Cybathlon is an event that is organized by the ETH Zürich to raise attention to the general public for the use of robotic aids and to facilitate dialogue between industry, academia and people with disabilities. The event itself is a set of games in various disciplines, including Brain Computer Interfacing.