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Exhibition at Human Brain Mapping Conference in Quebec City, Canada

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.

HBM Montreal

Brain Innovation will present the software package BrainVoyager at this year's Human Brain Mapping conference in Montreal, Canada. At this important meeting you will have the opportunity to see the program at work. Visit us at HBM98 and get your free CD-ROM (limited number of copies available).

Exhibition at HBM'99

Do you want to see the future of BrainVoyager? Then visit us at booth #19 at the Human Brain Mapping conference in Düsseldorf. We will present the first beta of the upcoming BrainVoyager 4.0 / 2000. The new version - scheduled to be released in late August - contains a number of important new developments including surface-based statistical data analysis efficiently addressing the multiple comparison problem and surface-based inter-subject anatomical alignment going beyond Talairach-based functional data averaging. Another important aspect of the upcoming version is that BrainVoyager has been redesigned to provide a fully open architecture. This was possible through implementation of soc called dual COM interfaces which allow efficient access to most methods and properties of BrainVoyager. The first application of the new open architecture is scripting and automation: write simple VisualBasic, Java or Perl scripts to fully control BrainVoyager acting as a server application. We use the scripting ability now to program scripts demonstrating the main features of BrainVoyager. The biggest advantage of scripting is, of course, that you can analyze multiple data sets in batch mode. Scripts can be also exchanged between users of BrainVoyager.
BrainVoyager goes Unix. At HBM, we will also present the first prototype of the Unix version of BrainVoyager scheduled to be available end of this year. The Unix version will have an almost identical user interface as the Windows version. This is possible since the Unix version is programmed using the Qt library from Troll Tech, the same library which is used by the KDE development team. The Unix BrainVoyager will be available under all derivates supported by Qt (including LInux, Sun Solaris and SGI Irix).
StimulDX. With BrainVoyager 2000 we will also offer a new module called StimulDX for the flexible design of stimulation paradigms. StimulDX may be called from BrainVoyager to select /define visual and auditory experiments. Since StimulDX "tells" BrainVoyager how the experiments are designed, BrainVoyager will automatically create appropriate stimulation protocol files as well as project files from the raw imaging data. StimulDX is based on the DirectX library from Microsoft which is mainly used for programming highly efficient 2D/3D computer games. DirectX allows synchronization with the vertical blank as well as efficient access of hardware like mouse, keyboard and joystick. StimulDX also includes routines for reading and sending TTL triggers which may be used for synchronization of stimulus presentation with  MR or EEG / MEG recordings. We have already prepared a number of easy modifiable paradigms including retinotopic mapping, presentation of image, sound and movies, short-term memory, eye movement and visual attention.

Demonstration of Turbo-BrainVoyager at Neuroscience conference

Brain Innovation is proud to announces that MRI Devices Corp. shows Turbo-BrainVoyager as part of the IFIS system at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in San Diego. If you want to see the features of this advanced real-time fMRI tool, come to the MRI Devices booth and ask for a Turbo-BrainVoyager demonstration. You can also contact Brain Innovation representatives directly, just leave a message for Rainer Goebel at the Message Center (Lobby F of the San Diego Convention Center).

Demonstration of BrainVoyager QX for Mac OS X at Neuroscience conference

Brain Innovation is proud to announce that Apple Computer, Inc. shows BrainVoyager QX for Mac OS X at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in San Diego. If you want to see the future of BrainVoyager, come to the Apple booth and ask for a BrainVoyager demonstration. You can also contact Brain Innovation representatives directly for a demonstration, just leave a message for Rainer Goebel at the Message Center (Lobby F of the San Diego Convention Center).

Exhibition at 13th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM)

If you are attending the OHBM conference in Chicago stop by at our booth and you'll meet BrainVoyager experts, see demos of new tools and get your questions answered. At the conference we will release BrainVoyager QX 1.9 and you can be among the first to get your copy of this important program update. BVQX 1.9 features a comprehensive set of tools for analyzing Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) data sets, a new "Create Project Wizard", COM-based scripting on Windows (e.g., from Matlab), new possibilities for calculating, visualizing and exploring group data, and many other enhancements. Besides showing BV QX 1.9, we also present some of our upcoming highlights including exciting new tools for advanced EEG/MEG source localization in volume and surface space, a new 3D neural network software package for modelling and predicting neuroimaging data, and a new resolution-independent reporting and visualization tool.

Exhibition at 14th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM)

If you are attending the OHBM conference in Melbourne, Australia, stop by at our booth (31/32) and you'll meet BrainVoyager experts, see demos of new tools and get your questions answered. Besides showing BV QX 1.10, we present some of our upcoming BV QX 2.0 highlights including exciting new tools for advanced EEG/MEG source localization in volume and surface space and a new 3D neural network software package for modeling and predicting neuroimaging data. We also show for the first time that BrainVoyager-derived products feel at home on Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch allowing to manipulate brains in real-time using multi-finger gestures.

Release of BrainVoyager QX 2.0 at HBM in San Francisco

If you are attending the Human Brain Mapping Conference in San Francisco, please come to our booth and learn about the new features of BrainVoyager QX 2.0. This latest BrainVoyager version comes with incredible new features, including the "EMEG Suite" providing distributed source imaging of EEG/MEG data, the "MVPA" tool box allowing to perform multi-voxel pattern analysis, and Movie Studio allowing to create stunning animations the easy way. BrainVoyager QX 2.0 is available now for download coming in 32-bit and 64-bit versions for all major computer platforms. Please read the release notes for more details about the new features as well as for a description of additional substantial enhancements.
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