focus EEG Developer Kit

focus eeg dev kit side EEG Only Dev Kit

Regular Price: $1,299.00

Special Price $1,199.00

focus eeg dev kit side EEG+ Dev Kit
$1,499.00
focus eeg dev kit side fNIRS Sensor
$799.00
Gain Insight and Understanding of Your Brains Inner Working
Connect Your Brain to the Internet with the foc.us EEG Dev Kit.


EEG & EEG+ Dev Kit In Stock.

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tDCS, tACS, tPCS, tRNS

focus best in class stimulation modes including transcranial Direct Current, Alternating Current, Pulsed Current, and Random Noise.

Electroencephalogram Device

24-bit 8-channel biopotential channels for EEG, EOG/ECG and EMG. Powered by Texas Instruments ADS1299 high-gain, low-noise ADC. 8*EEG or 6*EEG+2*EXG

Wi-Fi, 8GB, Mic

focus EEG Dev Kit streams data via Wi-Fi, has integrated Mic and 8GB of on-board storage.

  • focus EEG Dev Kit

    focus EEG Dev Kit

    focus EEG Dev Kit

    This is our 24-bit 8-channel professional grade EEG amplifier combined with a transcranial Electrical Stimulator. Connected via Wi-Fi and controlled via web-app. Pull open data streams of raw EEG data or process data in the focus/me cloud.

    Closed-loop brain stimulation has arrived.
    This is our 24-bit 8-channel professional grade EEG amplifier combined with a transcranial Electrical Stimulator. Connected via Wi-Fi and controlled via web-app. Pull open data streams of raw EEG data or process data in the focus/me cloud.
    Closed-loop brain stimulation has arrived.
  • Dry Active EEG Electrodes

    Dry Active EEG Electrodes

    Dry Active Electrodes

    Each dry eeg electrode includes an internal low-noise operational amplifier. No paste or gel is required and they are (relatively) comfortable through hair.
    EEG Dev Kit includes 10 active electrodes plus bias and active reference.
    Can be configured as 8 x EEG
    or 6 x EEG and 2 x bio-potential.
    Each dry eeg electrode includes an internal low-noise operational amplifier. No paste or gel is required and they are (relatively) comfortable through hair.
  • Optional fNIRS

    Optional fNIRS

    Add fNIRS

    functional Near-InfraRed Spectroscopy is a non-invasive neuro-imaging technology. Infrared reflections show changes in oxygenation levels of blood in the brain.
    This is known as Blood-Oxygenation-Level-Dependent, BOLD response.

    fNIRS adds a different dimension of spatial resolution to brain monitoring and BCI.

    Connect the optional fNIRS sensor (pictured here) to the EEG Dev Kit and start measuring brain blood activity simultaneously.
    functional Near-InfraRed Spectroscopy is a non-invasive neuro-imaging technology. Infrared reflections show changes in oxygenation levels of blood in the brain. This is known as Blood-Oxygenation-Level-Dependent, BOLD response.
    fNIRS adds a different dimension of spatial resolution to brain monitoring and BCI.
  • NeuroScience Redefines Big Data

    NeuroScience Redefines Big Data

    Big EEG Data

    16k Samples Per Second from 8 x 24-bit active electrodes is Big Data.

    Focus Data Science "team" processes this data with machine learning algorithms to look for biomarkers. Only artificial intelligence is capable of processing this volume of data.

    This is the intersection of neuroscience and artificial intelligence and it is a very exciting frontier.

    Focus biomarker detection algorithms enable easy to use IoT triggers. For example your raw sleep eeg data is processed online and turned into sleep stage triggers. These triggers can then be used to call other functions e.g. twitter, tACS, alarm clock.

    16k Samples Per Second from 8 x 24-bit active electrodes is Big Data.
    Big, Big Data.
    Focus Data Science department processes this data with machine learning algorithms to look for biomarkers.
  • EEG Dev Kit Spec.s

    EEG Dev Kit Spec.s

    EEG Dev Kit Specs

    • ADS1299 Medical Analogue Front-end EEG
    • ARM Cortex M4F 32Bit Core
    • Wi-fi 802.11b/g/n
    • 8GB onboard memory
    • 600mAh LiPol battery
    • Medical Grade isolated recharger
    • 24 bit ADC
    • 250 to 16k Samples per second
    • 6 axis - accelerometer and gyroscope
    • Onboard MEMS microphone
    • Haptic feedback
    • tES - tDCS, tACS, tPCS, tRNS, so-tDCS
    • Triple current safety locks
    • Open data access via MQTT packets
    • Encrypted data transmission via TLS
    • Online extensible cloud data processing
    • IoT configuration and control
    • 8 active dry electrodes (EEG)
    • 2 active differential electrodes (ECG, EMG, EOG)
    • Driven Right Leg and Reference Electrodes
    • fNIRS capabilities for optional fNIRS sensor

    • ADS1299 Medical Analogue Front-end EEG
    • ARM Cortex M4F 32Bit Core
    • Wi-fi 802.11b/g/n
    • 8GB onboard memory
    • 600mAh LiPol battery
    • Medically isolated external recharger
    • 24 bit ADC
    • 250 to 16k Samples per second
    • 6 axis - accelerometer and gyroscope
    • Onboard Mems microphone
    • Haptic feedback
    • tES - tDCS, tACS, tPCS, tPNS tRNS, so-tDCS
    • Triple current safety locks
    • Open data access vi MQTT packets
    • Encrypted data transmission via TLS
    • Online cloud data processing - extensible
    • IoT configuration and control
    • 8 active dry electrodes EEG
    • 2 active differential electrodes - ECG, EMG, EOG
    • Driven RIght Leg and Reference Electrodes

    There are more electrical components in the EEG Dev Kit than foc.us v1, v2 and Go Flow combined!

What is fNIRS?

Functional Near InfraRed Spectroscorpy (fNIRS) is a brain imaging technique using infrared light to monitor brain activity. fNIRS can measure the haemoglobin concentration changes relating to neuronal activity.
Compared to other neuroimaging techniques such as magentoencephalography MEG, electroencephalography EEG and functional magnetic resonance fMRI, fNIRS is a good compromise of spatial and temporal resolution.

Why include fNRIS?

fNIRS has a higher spatial resolution than EEG.
fNIRS is less susceptible to motion artifacts, blinking or eye movements than EEG.
But mainly because we need fNIRS data to help us develop our future BrainCAM product.

How does fNIRS work?

fNRIS irradiates a non-invasive near-infrared light. This wavelength is invisible to the human eye, and at this wavelength Biological tissues is almost transparent. The light passes through the skin and brain but is absorbed by blood. From the absorption rates it is possible to measure the concentration and changes of oxyhemoglobin (HbO2) and deoxyhemoglobin (HHB). This data directly relates to brain activity. More specifically activation is defined as a concurrent increase in Oxy and a decrease in deoxy levels.

focus eeg can extend to 40 channels

Need a More Detailed View?

For those of you who know two screens are better than one, you can link EEG Dev Kits together to bring your channel count to 16.

And for those of you who think two is just getting started, why not join 3, 4 or even 5 for up to 40 channels of raw hot data.

Special offer! Order two or more EEG Dev Kits and receive the connecting box and cables free of charge.

 

If you really need more than 40 channels please contact us for a custom connector.

Neuronal Activity

Neuronal Activity

Collected & Transmitted

Collected & Transmitted

Cloud Processing

Cloud Processing

Compare Versions

Boss your brain with the king of neuro-stimulators - the EEG+ Dev Kit.

Or if brain stimulation is not your thing, buy the EEG Only Dev Kit and save your money to level up with extra channels or an fNIRS sensor.

EEG+ Dev Kit

  • 8 Channel low noise ampllifier
  • Configurable 2 channel bio - ECG, EMG, EOG
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Optional fNIRS support
  • Electrical Stimulattion
  • BLE 5.0
  • 8Gb Storage
  • Onboard Microphone
  • 6-axis Inertial Processing Unit

EEG Only Dev Kit

  • 8 Channel low noise amplifier
  • Configurable 2 channel bio - ECG, EMG, EOG
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Optional fNIRS support


N.B. 1st & 2nd Batch EEG Dev Kit orders share EEG+ specifications.


All foc.us EEG Dev Kits include the following:

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Analogue Front End (AFE)

ADS1299 low noise medical grade AFE;
Up to 8 channels;
EEG, ECG, EOG and EMG compatible;
24-bit delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter (ADC);
Input-referred noise: 1 μVPP;
Data rate: 250 to 16 k samples per second;
Common-mode rejection ratio: -110 dB;
Single-ended and differential inputs;
Active common-mode interference rejection (using Bias electrode).

Electrodes

Active dry electrodes;
Supply voltage: 2.2 to 5.5 V;
Quiescent current (typ): 1.5 mA;
Input voltage noise (f = 0.1 Hz to 10 Hz): 0.8 μVPP;
Input safety resistor: 5.1 kΩ;
Input bias current (typ): 0.2 pA;
Common-mode rejection ratio (typ): 90 dB.

Communications

802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi;
Personal and enterprise Wi-Fi security;
Secure X.509 certificates storage;
Encrypted data transmission via TLS;
Data publishing via MQTT;
DHCP, mDNS, HTTPS and SNTP support;
OTA firmware updates

Additional Information

Technology EEG, fNIRS, tACS, tDCS

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  • 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful

    tES detailed specifications

    Don´t see the detailed specifications for each of the 8 channels parallel tES(tDCS, tACS, TPCS, tRNS, tPNS & so-tDCS).

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  • 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful

    No documentation included in kit. I am willing to help document.

    Can you please help answer the below?

    Open Questions:
    Is the setup video available as mentioned in the newsletter?
    Is it possible to configure the transcranial Electrical Stimulator?
    How do you reproduce the Lucid dream experiment?
    Any '?' below

    Detailing all of the inputs. EEG Dev Kit
    Image: https://tinyurl.com/eegdev

    5v1.5A - Power Adaptor
    tES - 1 x/y Magentic tES Cable + 1 pair Amx-y Electrodes (For transcranial Electrical Stimulator)
    * Image: https://tinyurl.com/tESCable (Note my cable was blue)
    O - ?
    W - ?
    REF/BIAS - 1 x Reference + Bias Ear Clip (DRL)
    * Image: https://tinyurl.com/REFBIAS
    [1][2] and [3][4] and [5][6]] and [7][8] - Dual Active Dry Electrode Pairs
    * Image: https://tinyurl.com/dry-electrodes
    +-7 - ?
    +-8 - ?
    fNIRS - Near-InfraRed Spectroscopy is a non-invasive neuro-imaging technology
    * https://tinyurl.com/fnirs-dev

    Helpful Tidbits:

    Accounts: The store account is different from the EEG Dev kit account

    Setting up Wifi - Make sure to add all the Wifi Connections upfront when you connect to the "EEG-DK" hotspot from your phone or laptop. You can override it later but it can be a pain.

    Best way to Test Wifi:
    1) Visit http://foc.us/me/#/device
    2) Look at Connected - Red Off / Green On
    3) Turn your EEG Dev Kit On - Red should go to Green and a message saying "Device is On" should pop up at the bottom of the page
    4) If your device was on, you can turn it off and should see message "Device turned off" and Green Should go to Red

    Updating FIrmware: To update your device - unplug it and turn off, re-insert power adapter, and wait. If your device can connect to Wifi it will grab the latest firmware and update itself. You will see a white flashing light.

    How Test:
    1) Unplug power - Reduces Noise
    2) Plug in one Dual Active Dry Electrode Pairs in the [1][2] slot. Optional also do [3][4], [5][6], [7][8]
    3) Power on
    4) Visit http://foc.us/me/#/settings and turn on channels
    5) See Readings in multiple places
    a) http://foc.us/me/#/graph-timeseries
    b) http://foc.us/me/#/graph-fft
    c) http://foc.us/me/#/graph-radar
    d) http://foc.us/me/#/graph-gauges

    Recording Session Results: http://foc.us/me/#/sessions
    * After recording, it takes a while for them to be processed.

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  • 0 of 1 people found the following review helpful

    not there yet

    This device is missing a bunch of functionality right now but the core shows great promise. Will update review when appropriate.

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