Human-Machine Interaction

Wacom Cintiq

The Cintiq Companion model features 2048 pressure levels with multi-touch control, 1,920-by-1,080 resolution, an express key located on the left of the tablet that could be customised, palm rejection, a silky matte finish, a stand that allows the user to tilt the unit to three different degrees and weighed about 3.9 pounds. Besides the operating system, the main difference between the Android and the PC model is the storage, with the former at 16/32GB, while the latter uses a 256/512GB SSD.
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Shimmer3 GSR Sensor

The Galvanic Skin Response Sensor is used for realtime GSR Biofeedback. The Shimmer GSR+ sensor monitors skin conductivity between two reusable electrodes attached to two fingers of one hand caused by a stimulus the sweat glands become more active, increasing moisture on the skin and allowing the current to flow more readily by changing the balance of positive and negative ions in the secreted fluid (increasing skin conductance). 
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Hololens is the first self-contained, holographic wearable computer available as a pair of mixed reality glasses embedded into a head mounted display.
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IMotions Software

With iMotions’ biometric research platform researchers can combine Eye Tracking, Facial Expressions, Galvanic Skin Response, EEG, EMG, ECG right out-of-the-box. iMotions is one simple software solution with sophisticated stimuli presentation and prebuilt integrations making it very easy to use.
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Leap Motion

The Leap Motion system recognises and tracks hands and fingers. The device operates in an intimate proximity with high precision and tracking frame rate and reports discrete positions and motion. The sensors are directed along the y-axis and have a field of view of about 150 degrees.
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Manus VR

The latest prototype of Manus VR is made from c, which is a hygienic sports fabric that is also known as Spandex. It provides exceptional elasticity, while being more durable than many natural materials.
The sensor module integrates an accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer into a single unit, which is fixed on the top part of the glove. Recorded data are transmitted wirelessly using the latest low energy Bluetooth standard.
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NeuroSky EEG And Neurofeedback Headset Mindwave Mobile 2

The MindWave Mobile 2 headset turns your computer into a brain activity monitor. The headset safely measures brainwave signals and monitors the attention levels of individuals as they interact with a variety of different apps.
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Oculus Rift

The Oculus Rift headset uses an OLED panel for each eye, each having a resolution of 1080×1200. These panels have a refresh rate of 90 Hz and globally refresh, rather than scanning out in lines. They also use low persistence, meaning that they only display an image for 2 milliseconds of each frame. This combination of the high refresh rate, global refresh and low persistence means that the user experiences none of the motion blurring or judder that is experienced on a regular monitor. It uses lenses that allow for a wide field of view.
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Dispozitive RealSense

Intel® RealSense™ technology supports a wide range of operating systems and programming languages. The Intel® RealSense™ SDK enables you to extract depth data from the camera and use the interpretation of this data in the platform of your choice.
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Sprout Pro by HP

Sprout Pro by HP empowers you to manipulate the physical and digital worlds in innovative ways. Built with a PC, projector, hi-res cameras, Touch Mat and 2D and 3D capture capabilities for an unbelievable experience. 
Highly visual and hands-on experiences are made possible with dual multi-touch displays, a unique 20-point Touch Mat and hi-res cameras. Make collaboration and productivity seamless.
Quickly capture objects in 2D and 3D using the unique WorkTools software. Leverage the pressure-sensitive active pen to edit content in real-time and empower creativity.
Reduce the need for extra hardware with a system that integrates multiple technologies. It seamlessly adapts to changing environments.
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Tobii Eye Tracking Glasses 2

Tobii Pro Glasses 2 is the next generation wearable eye tracking tool which gives researchers the possibility to capture truly objective and deep insights into human behavior in any real-world environments. Pro Glasses 2 shows exactly what a person is looking at in real time while the test person moves freely in a lab, shop, a restaurant or any locations. The product consist of a head unit, a recording unit and a controller software.
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Ultracortex "Mark IV" EEG Headset

The Ultracortex is an open-source, 3D-printable headset intended to work with any OpenBCI Board. It is capable of recording research-grade brain activity (EEG), muscle activity (EMG), and heart activity (ECG). It is not designed for transcranial stimulation, or for sending any kind of signals. This headset is designed to receive EEG signals only. The Ultracortex Mark IV is capable of sampling up to 16 channels of EEG from up to 35 different 10-20 locations.
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HTC Vive

The Vive headset has a refresh rate of 90 Hz and a 110 degree field of view. The device uses two screens, one per eye, each having a display resolution of 1080×1200(2160×1200 combined pixels). Safety features include a front-facing camera that allows the user to observe their surroundings without removing their headset. The wireless controllers are the hands of virtual reality, making a more immersive experience for the user.

Shimmer3 ECG / EMG

The Shimmer3 ECG/EMG device provides optimised measurements for five-wire, four-channel ECG (Electrocardiogram) solution measuring bipolar limb leads and user’s choice of V1 – V6. The device boasts best data quality with integrated 10DoF inertial sensing via accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer and altimeter. It also provides highly accurate and scientifically reliable raw data to allow complete control over capture and interpretation of sensed data in real time.
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