- Neurofeedback and BioFeedback Software
- Design complex custom protocols.
- Use included protocols.
- Use animations, music, CDs, DVDs, bars and graphs for feedback.
- Generate statistical reports.
- Mange multiple clients
BioExplorer software is used for neurofeedback and biofeedback training as well as biological signal acquisition. It is flexible, powerful, and easy to use. BioExplorer software reads, stores, and displays biological signals which can be used for audio and visual feedback. Home users enjoy pre-programmed designs that are easily customized to the needs of each individual. Professionals and researchers can create their own designs using the point and click interface and the numerous options that process, feedback, and analyze biological signals. BioReview, an additional program included at no charge, provides inter-session statistical analysis and review.
BioExplorer includes pre-programmed designs that address the needs of most users and include the most popular neurofeedback and biofeedback training protocols. Pre-programmed designs include: Alpha, Alpha-Theta, Beta-Theta, SMR-Theta, Coherence, GSR, Heart Rate, Heart Rate Variability and EMG.
Feedback options include notes, scales, a variety of instruments, CDs, DVDs, bars and graphs.
BioExplorer runs in Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and on the Macintosh using Parallels.
Custom protocols are developed by linking ‘objects’ together into a flow-chart that creates a design.
- Audio Player: Plays audio files (mp3, wma, wave, midi, etc.) Volume and Play/Pause can be controlled by one or more signals. Set the audio channel to left, right, or both. Playlists can be created.
- CD Player: Plays audio CDs. Volume and Play/Pause can be controlled by one or more signals.
- DVD Player: Plays DVDs. Volume and Play/Pause can be controlled by one or more signals
- Continuous MIDI: Plays a continuous note as long as it is enabled (i.e. no more pulsing tones) Enable, pitch and volume can be controlled by external signals. Volume, Pitch, and Play/Pause can be controlled by one or more signals.
- Tone Generator: Generates an audio tone. This object will generate a pure sine wave tone. You can control enable, frequency, and volume with external signals. Two or more of these objects can be used to create precise binaural beats. Frequency, Volume, and Play/Pause can be controlled by one or more signals.
- Video Player: Plays video files (mpeg, wmv, avi, etc.) Volume and Play/Pause can be controlled by one or more signals. You can create playlists.
- Averager: Calculates the average value of a signal over a specified time period.
- Bandpass Filter: Filters a signal, allowing frequency components that are between the low band edge and the high band edge to pass through, and attenuating components outside this range.
- Bar Graph: Graphically indicates the current value of a signal.
- Coherence Calculates the coherence between two signals.
- Correlation: Calculates the correlation between two signals.
- Counter: Counts properties of a signal (rising edges, falling edges, time high or time low).
- Difference: Outputs the difference between the current sample and the previous sample.
- Dominant Frequency: Calculates the dominant frequency (the frequency component with the largest amplitude) of a signal.
- Expression Evaluator: Uses a user-defined expression to calculate the output based on one or more signals, e.g. ‘( In2 – In1 ) / (In1 + In2 )’.
- Mean Frequency: Calculates the mean frequency in a given bandwidth.
- Meter: Indicates the current value of a signal.
- Oscilloscope: Displays one or more signals over time.
- Power Ratio: Calculates the ratio of the power in two frequency bands, or the percent of the total power contained in one frequency band of a signal.
- Pulse Detector: Given an EKG signal, determines the current pulse rate.
- Source: This object represents a channel on a device (e.g. BrainMaster channel 1, etc). Source objects are used to get data from a device into the Signal Diagram.
- Spectrum Analyzer: Displays the spectrum of a signal. Currently supports four different modes: spectrogram (shown below), bins, compressed spectral array, and 3D.
- Standard Deviation: Calculates the Standard Deviation and Mean of a signal over a specified time period.
- Threshold: This object compares a signal to a threshold. The user interface allows you to easily switch between auto and manual thresholds, adjust thresholds, or adjust ‘percent success’ targets in auto threshold mode.
- Trend: Displays the mean value of one or more signals over a user specified time period (e.g. 10 minutes).