Exhibition at Human Brain Mapping Conference in Quebec City, Canada
20 06, 11
If you are attending the Human Brain Mapping Conference in Quebec, Canada, please come to our booth (number 100/102) and learn about the new features of our software products and the exciting roadmap of new developments. If you are a user of our software, come by to meet BrainVoyager experts to get professional support on all your questions. Besides showing BrainVoyager QX 2.3 and Turbo-BrainVoyager 3.0, we present our roadmap for the 2.x series of BrainVoyager QX including exciting new tools for ultra high field (7+ Tesla) MRI data, for automatic spatial normalization, improved group statistics, even faster processing using GPU power and the new Analysis Assistant helping you to organize and document your work. You can also ask for a demo of the upcoming Neurolator 3D software package allowing to model and predict neuroimaging data in a common brain space. If you are using functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), you may also be interested in a demo of the upcoming Satori software package supporting offline and real-time GLM and SVM classifier analyses. You will also be thrilled to learn about our current development of new iPhone and iPad software as well as improvements of the released Brain Tutor software that now also supports visualization of fiber tracts. These apps will also arrive on Android phones and tablets later this year.
Release of BrainVoyager QX 2.3 with many enhancements
08 02, 11
The latest release of BrainVoyager QX introduces support for AppleScript scripting for Mac OS X users. It also provides powerful tools to detect and remove EEG artifacts that occur during simultaneous fMRI scanning, including artifacts related to the switching of magnetic field gradients, and artifacts related to cardiac activities . New "POI path tools" provide specific functions that are useful to analyze and visualize one-dimensional POIs acting as lines, e.g. to sample through functional clusters in an ordered fashion or to represent macro-anatomical landmarks. The RFX-GCM GUI plugin now supports subject-specific regions-of-interest (VOIs) improving effective connectivity results. For further details about all new features, enhancements and bug fixes, check the release notes. To get BrainVoyager QX 2.3, go to the Downloads page and select the appropriate version for your operating system.