Conduct Neuroscience Research Easily with “NeuLive”
The “NeuLive” is an autopilot, smartphone-like brain recording/stimulation IoT device, ideal for neural electrophysiological studies with freely-moving animals. NeuLive provides the solution for both smart brain research and precise neuromodulation. The product design is recognized by the 2019 CompuTex d&i Specialty Award in Taipei, TAIWAN. The key features of the NeuLive include:
- Based on a proprietary microchip tailored for neuro-interfacing, NeuLive features
lightweight (4.1g), wireless data transmission (>2m), and simultaneous operation with multiple devices. Researchers no longer need to worry about bulky instruments with tangled wires, and animals can move freely during an experiment.
- NeuLive is an auto-pilot system supporting multi-user access and remote control. Once the experiment protocol is set up, NeuLive runs automatically, and the experimental data can be accessed in real-time by multiple users simultaneously. Remote control of the experiment is also supported to minimize researcher impact on animal behaviors.
- NeuLive supports AI-adaptive control on stimulation, i.e., the stimulation can be triggered or adapted automatically upon the detection of specific pathological signals. This adaptive control, or closed-loop control, is crucial for the development of novel neuromodulation treatments for neural disorders.
The NeuLive is designed to accelerate the development of personalized bio-electronic medicine for treating various neural disorders, such as the Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor, epilepsy, dystonia, pain control, stroke rehabilitation, or even depression and dementia.
Wireless & Miniature
Wireless Connection to Hub.
Plug & Play
Real-Time Data Display.
Control via Web & Phone.
Intuitive User Interface.
Remote Data Collection & Management.
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Advance and Accelerate
Using Hub to Control up to 4 NeuLive Devices.
The Hub is able to control up to 4 NeuLive headstages simultaneously for experimental setup, data collection, and data visualization, etc. The Hub is an auto-pilot system. Once an experiment protocol is set up, the NeuLive executes experiments automatically, and the experimental data are stored for real-time monitoring or further analysis.