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I am standing by one of our older 8-channel systems (now upgraded to a 12-channel EEG system). We have an additional 16-channel system, a new 32-channel system, and a simple 4-channel system. The computers driving each system are 2 GHz systems running Windows XP. These machines drive 4 others, one per subject room for stimulus presentation. There are 2 others for analysis and development.
As I am programming a data collection run (lower left) in the experimenter room, graduate student Matthew Soskins--who just put a 32-channel electrocap on himself, quite a feat--is plugging himself into the system (upper left) in the adjoining subject room. He then sits down and serves as subject for his thesis study (right). We were actually shaking down this new 32-channel EEG system for its first use in an experiment. Matt graduated with Ph.D. in June, 2002.

I am standing by one of our older 8-channel systems (now upgraded to a 12-channel EEG system). We have an additional 16-channel system, a new 32-channel system, and a simple 4-channel system. The computers driving each system are 2 GHz systems running Windows XP. These machines drive 4 others, one per subject room for stimulus presentation. There are 2 others for analysis and development.














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