Above: A wearable, 128-sensor retention system that ensures sensor-to-head contact for imaging the brain.
Top Image: Team members from left to right: Andrew Cope, Daniel Katzman, David Martin, Aaron Park, Abuljalil Almashamam, Henry Vennard, Liyuan Zhang, Carlos Molina.
FieldLine Inc. has developed a magnetic field sensor for non-invasive brain imaging known as Magnetoencephalography (MEG). Our project objectives were to (1) develop a wearable, 128-sensor retention system that ensures sensor-to-head contact for a range of head shapes and sizes, and (2) develop a 3D scanning method for localizing all sensors in space with an accuracy of ±0.5 mm and ±0.5 degrees.
Sponsored by FieldLine, Inc.