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Choose SMARTING to bring
convenience and simplicity to your
research experiments and join the
league of pioneers in mobile EEG.

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    With SMARTING, we bring convenience and simplicity to complex research experiments.

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    FULLY MOBILE EEG

    Small light-weight EEG device for high quality recordings and accompanying mobile app for real-time brain activity monitoring, out of the lab, in real life.

    Whether paired with a PC or smartphone, SMARTING provides superior data quality and high time-precision.

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    WHY SMARTING?

    LIGHTWEIGHT

    SMARTING is small, simple and mobile EEG device, with no need for any additional equipment, which makes it a powerful research tool that records EEG on the go:

    • Psychology studies
    • Sport studies
    • Drowsiness/fatigue studies
    • Serious gaming/VR studies

    SYNCHRONIZED

    SMARTING supports synchronization with other sensors and simultaneous multi-amplifier streaming via labstreaming layer, so it can be used for cognitive group studies:

    • In musical groups
    • Among quiz players
    • For sport psychology
    • Interaction in multiplayer games

    MULTIMODAL

    SMARTING is wearable device that features motion sensors, which means that you can detect body and head movements. It makes our device perfectly suitable for:

    • Pairing behavioural & cognitive metrics
    • Health and safety at work research
    • Complementing neurological image
    • Brain recordings in sport studies
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    STARTER KIT

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    ISOPROPYLALCOHOL 70% & COTTON SWABS

    Use the swabs to degrease the scalp through the electrodes with the isopropylalcohol, achieving the lowest impedance.

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    SPADES

    Once the syringes are empty, use the spades to refill them with additional electrolyte gel.

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    ABRASIVE ELECTROLYTE GEL

    Semi filled syringes with abrasive electrolyte gel Abralyt 2000 to enhance the electrode-skin contact.

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    TOOTHBRUSH

    Clean the cap after the usage by scrubbing the electrodes with the toothbrush.

    KEY FEATURES

    Lighter
    than 60g

    81x52x12mm
    Light and Compact

    250-500Hz
    sampling

    0-133Hz flat frequency response
    High Signal quality

    24ch
    Recording cap

    Customizable and Comfortable

    3D built-in
    gyroscope

    For recording head motion

    Bluetooth
    10m range

    Wireless recordings

    up to 5 hours
    recordings

    Long battery life

    Lighter
    than 60g

    81x52x12mm
    Light and Compact

    250-500Hz
    sampling

    0-133Hz flat frequency response
    High Signal quality

    24ch
    Recording cap

    Customizable and Comfortable

    3D built-in
    gyroscope

    For recording head motion

    Bluetooth
    10m range

    Wireless recordings

    up to 5 hours
    recordings

    Long battery life

    General characteristics
    Name Smarting
    Number of channels 24
    Channel Type / Reference referential channels / recording with one electrode
    Input impedance 500 MĪ©
    Input Referred Noise 1 ĀµV
    Input Range (-100)mV - 100 mV
    CMMR > 100 dB
    Gain 24
    Gyroscope 3D Built-in
    Connectors
    Electrode Connectors IDC
    EEG Cap Layouts
    Standard
    Motor
    Dimensions
    Physical box size 82x51x12 mm
    Weight <60 grams
    AD conversion
    Sampling frequency 250 or 500 Hz
    Sampling Parallel sampling
    Resolution 24-bits
    Bandwidth 0-250 Hz
    Flat Frequency Response 0-133 Hz
    (3dB attenuation at 133Hz),
    true DC performance
    Anti-aliasing Filter Yes
    Active Ground Yes
    Communication type
    Wireless Communications Bluetooth range v2.1 + EDR
    Bluetooth range ~10 meters
    Power
    Power Supply Mini-USB rechargeable battery
    Battery Type Internal
    Operation time ~ 5 hours

    CONNECTED SOLUTIONS

    EasyCap

    EasyCap

    EasyCap is the official partner of mBrainTrain LLC, providing the EEG caps with standardized or custom electrode layout configuration. The caps are based on the Ag/AgCl sintered ring electrodes and they are comfortable for the long term EEG recordings.

    mindfield

    Mindfield biosystems

    SMARTING is integrated with the eSense Skin Response and Temperature sensors. This allows synchronous recording of the EEG data, Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) and body temperature solely on the smartphone, which allows full mobility of the subjects.

    Mangold

    Mangold

    SMARTING is integrated with the Mangold DataView and Interact software, which allows synchroneous recording of the EEG and video data. Mangold International is a world class leader in observational lab systems for behavioral research.



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    Neurobs Presentation

    One and only solution for reliable ERP experiments on a smartphone that enables recording the ERPs in free environment. SMARTING and Neurobs Presentation software enable wireless stimulus triggering protocol, both on smartphone and/ or PC.

    Pupil

    Pupil labs

    Pupil labs is an open source platform for eye tracking and egocentric vision research. SMARTING and Pupil labs eye tracker can synchronously record the data using smartphone, which allows full mobility for both neuromaketing and neuroergonomics research.

    OpenVibe

    OpenVibe

    SMARTING device is supported by OpenViBE. OpenViBE is an open source platform for the brain computer interface (BCI) and real-time neurofeedback experiments. OpenViBE supports both Windows and Linux OS.

    REFERENCE WORK

    Zich C. , Harty S. , Kranczioch C. , Mansfield L. K. , Sella F. , Debener S. , Kadosh C. R. Modulating hemispheric lateralization by brain stimulation yields gain in mental and physical activity, Nature, 2017; 7:13430.


    Zamm A. , Palmera C. , Bauerb A. R. , Bleichnerb M. G. , Demosa A. P. , Debener S. Synchronizing MIDI and wireless EEG measurements during natural piano performance, Brain Research (2017).


    Zich C. , Debener S. , Schweinitz C. , Sterr A. , Meekes J. and Kranczioch C. High-Intensity Chronic Stroke Motor Imagery Neurofeedback Training at Home: Three Case Reports, Clinical EEG and Neuroscience, 2017; 1-10.


    Bleichner M. G. , Debener S. Concealed, unobtrusive ear-centered EEG acquisition: cEEGrids for transparent EEG, Frontiers in human neuroscience, 2017; 11:163.


    Bridwell D. A. , Leslie E. , McCoy D. , Plis S. M. and Calhoun V.D. Cortical sensitivity to guitar note patterns: EEG entrainment to repetition and key, Frontiers in human neuroscience, 2017; 11:90.


    Braun N. , Kranczioch C. , Liepert J. , Dettmers C. , Zich C. , Büsching I. , Debener S. Motor imagery impairment in post-acute stroke patients, Neural Plasticity, Volume 2017 (2017).


    Waschke P. , Woestmann M. , Obleser J. Neural noise in the age-varying human brain predicts perceptual decisions, preprint


    Goregliad Fjaellingsdal T. , Ruigendijk E. , Scherbaum S. , Bleichner M. G. The N400 Effect during Speaker-Switchā€”Towards a Conversational Approach of Measuring Neural Correlates of Language, Frontiers in Psychology, 2016; 7:1854.


    Bleichner M. G. , Mirković B. , Debener S. Identifying auditory attention with ear-EEG: cEEGrid versus high-density cap-EEG comparison, Journal of Neural Engineering, 13.6 (2016): 066004.


    Zink R. , et al. Mobile EEG on the bike: disentangling attentional and physical contributions to auditory attention tasks., Journal of Neural Engineering 13.4 (2016): 046017.


    Mijović P. , Ković V. , De Vos M. , Mačužić I. , Jeremić B. and Gligorijević I. Benefits of Instructed Responding in Manual Assembly Tasks: An ERP Approach., Frontiers in human neuroscience 10 (2016).


    Mirković B. , Bleichner M. G. , De Vos M. , Debener S. Target Speaker Detection with Concealed EEG around the Ear
    Frontiers in Neuroscience, 2016; 10:349.


    Popović M. L. , et al. Stimulation map for control of functional grasp based on multi-channel EMG recordings.
    Medical Engineering & Physics (2016).


    Debener S. , Emkes R. , De Vos M. , Bleichner M. G. Unobtrusive ambulatory EEG using a smartphone and flexible printed electrodes around the ear., Scientific reports, 5, 2015.


    Mijović P. , Ković V. , De Vos M. , Mačužić I. , Todorović P. , Jeremić B. and Gligorijević I. Towards continuous and real-time attention monitoring at work: reaction time versus brain response. Ergonomics (2016): 1-14.