Bitbrain Ring Wearable and wireless device

Bitbrain Ring

Ring is a mobile and reliable biosignal device for the monitoring of electrodermal (EDA / GSR) and cardiovascular activity (BVP). It has been designed for real-world research scenarios that require great comfort for the user as well as an agile set up and outstanding signal quality for the researcher. The device has an ultralight and comfortable design with two key biosensors for a basic estimation of emotions (GSR-electrodermal activity and BVP-cardiac activity) and a three-axis solidary accelerometer (ACC) for an estimation of the noise that can be generated due to the movement of the hand. Its stable mechanical design provides outstanding robustness and signal quality, even with movement or during long recording periods.

Owing to its exceptional usability, reliability and the possibility of self-positioning by the end-user, an infinite range of possibilities to use it both in and outside of the laboratory with ecology are available.

Ring comes with the Bitbrain Software Kit for data acquisition and programming, which has a large compatibility with real-time I/O and third-party data processing (LSL, Matlab, Python, BCI2000, OpenVibe, etc). Also, by acquiring the Human Behaviour Research Lab, it can be performed a seamless synchronisation with other human monitoring technologies such as EEG, eye-trackers, among many others.

Features

  • Mobile and wireless
  • Optimised electrode placement
  • Practical technology
  • Outstanding usability
  • Reliable GSR and BVP monitoring
  • High software compatibility

Self-placement tutorial - Ring - GSR / BVP

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