[Eeglablist] Open source data acquisition software for ANT Neuro
Tarik S Bel-Bahar
tarikbelbahar at gmail.com
Tue Sep 12 18:19:01 PDT 2017
Perhaps Kothe's LSL platform might work for you
You most likely want to communicate with ANT if they are willing, to get a
feel for what is allowable/possible with their hardware, unless you're a
hardware/signals engineer with good hacking skills.
You may also find someone like that, who can hack into the amp, in the
grads/postdocs at yale, or engineers at companies in/near New Haven, who
work in related fields.
On Mon, Sep 11, 2017 at 6:50 PM, lmm226 <laura.morett at yale.edu> wrote:
> Dear colleagues:
> I'm writing to inquire into whether anyone knows of open source data
> acquisition software that works with ANT Neuro's hardware. I have an
> amplifier manufactured by TMSi that was purchased in 2015 and appears to
> have been manufactured in 2014. It came with ANT Neuro's proprietary data
> acquisition software, but it requires a dongle to use, and the group that I
> acquired it from needs their dongle for another system that they're
> currently using to collect data. I did find one open source option called
> OpenVIBE, but it isn't clear whether it works with this system. Does
> anyone have any experience using this or any other open source acquisition
> software, particularly with ANT Neuro's hardware? If so, I would be
> interested in hearing about your experience using it.
> Best wishes,
> Laura Morett
> Laura M. Morett
> Hilibrand Postdoctoral Fellow
> Yale Child Study Center
> 320 S. Frontage Rd.
> New Haven, CT 06520
> Email: laura.morett at yale.edu
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