28 06, 01
At this year's Human Brain Mapping Conference in Brighton, UK, Brain Innovation B.V. demonstrated for the first time the upcoming multi-platform version of BrainVoyager, called "BrainVoyager QX". At our booth, many visitors were excited to see BrainVoyager QX running on Windows 2000, Linux, Sun Solaris and Mac OS X. The graphical user interface of BrainVoyager QX has been developed with the popular Qt library, a C++ cross-platform fully object-oriented application framework. At HBM, we also demonstrated for the first time "Turbo-BrainVoyager" running also on all major computer platforms. Turbo-BrainVoyager allows to perform complex fMRI data analysis in real-time including the computation of incremental General Linear Models, 3D motion correction and visualizations of maps, time courses and behavioral data. For further information about these new programs as well as about our BrainVoyager QX beta program, please send us an email.
06 08, 01
Brain Innovation is proud to announce that Trolltech has selected BrainVoyager QX for its "Qt Focus". Read the "Qt on your mind" story including an interview with Rainer Goebel on multi-platform development.
29 06, 04
Brain Innovation B.V. is proud to announce that the Mac version of BrainVoyager Brain Tutor won the runner-up prize for the Best Original Commercial Qt Application in Trolltech's Qt/Mac Application Developer Contest! Rainer Goebel, programmer of Brain Tutor, will be awarded a 20 GB Apple iPod. BV Brain Tutor makes learning about the structure of the human brain a pleasant experience using animated 3D models derived from MRI data sets. The program is built on the high-performance BrainVoyager QX source code base. Get more information and your free copy of the award-winning software here!