Release of BrainVoyager QX 2.8 with new features and enhancements

BrainVoyager QX 2.8 is a substantial update providing many new features, enhancements and bug fixes and is recommended for all users. The new features include population-receptive field (pRF) estimation, multi-linear regression, multi-dimensional scaling and adaptive smoothing. Furthermore, standard (1 mm) and advanced (sub-millimeter) segmentation tools have been integrated and improved. With new "MeshScene" and "Mesh" scripting objects, it is now also possible to morph meshes and to perform cortex-based alignment via script commands. To obtain BrainVoyager QX 2.8, go to the Downloads page and select the appropriate version for your operating system (Windows, Mac or Linux).

Exhibition at 19th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM)

If you are attending the OHBM conference in Seattle, USA, stop by at our booth (#207/209) and you'll meet BrainVoyager experts answering your questions. We are also thrilled to show you our new products! Version 2.8 of our flagship product, BrainVoyaer QX, provides important new features and substantial enhancements, including population receptive field (pRF) estimation, multivariate linear regression, multi-dimensional scaling similarity analysis, improved segmentation tools and so much more. We also show the latest version (3.2) of Turbo-BrainVoyager that provides classifier-based neurofeedback and many other enhancements. Our TMS Neuronavigator product comes with many new features and now also works with the NDI optical measurement system. We will also show the latest version of Brain Tutor that now also includes visualisations of major fibre tracts. The new Brain Tutor will be released soon on desktop and iOS phones and tablets as well as on Android devices later this year. You will be blown away by our upcoming product, Brain Star. This new program lets you explore analysed data in an intuitive way and produces stunning visualisations and informative movies. It will be first released on Mac OS X and iOS synchronising your data via iCloud. This allows you to explore your brain imaging data on your desktop and to continue on your phone/tablet or vice versa. You can even make interactive educational tools like Brain Tutor using your own regions-of-interest and custom text informations.