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Laboratory Products

BioEST - Software for EEG Cortical Source Imaging (Windows Version)

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BioEST(Bio-estimation) is a stand-alone software package for EEG analysis and EEG source imaging. BioEST was developed by prof. Im in 2003, when prof. Im was a graduate student in Seoul National University.

BioEST-MEG - Software for MEG/fMRI Multimodal Neuroimaging (Windows Version)

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BioEST-MEG is a stand-alone software package for MEG source imaging. BioEST-MEG was developed by prof. Im in 2007. This software supports multimodal neuroimaging integrating MEG and fMRI, and was used for University of Minnesota, USA and Seoul National University Hospital, Korea.

CoNEEG - Portable EEG Amplifier Powered by USB with Active Electrodes

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CoNEEG - a portable EEG amplifier

 

We developed a portable EEG amplifier powered by USB as well as active electrodes that reduce noise/artifact contamination. This pilot system was designed to record 8 channel EEG signal, but could be readily extended to 32-channel EEG device. We also developed a software package for the recording and analysis of EEG signals.

C-IoN - Ocular Iontophoresis System

Ocular iontophoresis system and its application to a rabbit model

 

We developed a portable ocular iontophoresis system that can be used to effectively deliver drugs into the eyes. We are trying to improve the performance of the ocular iontophoresis system with the aid of numerical analysis techniques and optimization methods. Our system is expected to be commercialized by the end of 2019.

CoNE-Stim - Multi-Channel Brain Stimulation System

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A 4-channel transcranial DC stimulation (tDCS) system developed by CoNE lab.

 

CoNE Lab developed the world-first 4-channel transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) system in 2010. We then extended the system to 16-channel tDCS system in 2016. We are trying to enhance the effciency of the system based on the electric field analysis based on the numerical techniques.

Comets - A Matlab Toolbox for 3D Simulation of tDCS Induced Current

Comets - Analysis of electric field generated by tDCS

 

CoNE Lab released the world-first open software package for the analysis of electric field generated by transcranial current stimulation. The software was named Comets, standing for Computation of electric field due to transcranial stimulations, and now available at the following download link: Click Here to Download Software

EyeBlinkMaster - A Matlab Toolbox for Eye-Blink Artifact Detection and Rejection

EyeBlinkMaster - A Matlab toolbox to detect eye blinks with a high precision

 

CoNE Lab released a new Matlab toolbox that can be used to detect eye blink signals from continuous EEG signals with a high prevision. This software is freely downloadable at the following link: Click Here to Download Software


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