Supplier Category: Motion Analysis

Wearable Sensing

Explore Wearable Sensing's comprehensive physiological monitoring solutions: their Dry Sensor Interface (DSI) headsets, built on QUASAR's dry electrode EEG technology, [...]

OptiTrack

The worldwide leader in 3D position and motion tracking systems, easily delivering accurate, precise and reliable data for Motion Capture [...]

PCO-TECH Inc.

PCO is a leading specialist and Pioneer in Cameras and Optoelectronics with more than 30 years of expert knowledge and [...]

MotionMonitor, The

The MotionMonitor provides real-time, turn-key motion capture systems with hardware and software for the capture, visualization and analysis of human [...]

Kinarm

Kinarm Labs are interactive robotic platforms, for human or NHP interaction, providing unparalleled flexibility for conducting research on brain function [...]

  • Brainbox

Brainbox Ltd

Brainbox brings together decades of technical and academic expertise to provide a wide range of technological solutions, supplementary systems, accessories, data acquisition and analysis software and hands on training to satisfy even the most demanding of non-invasive brain stimulation research studies.

  • Charles River

Charles River

Charles River applies its deep expertise and extensive capabilities in the field of neuroscience to create innovative, flexible and efficient solutions to advance neuroscience research and preclinical drug development.

  • Harvard Bioscience

Harvard Bioscience, Inc.

Harvard Bioscience is a global leader in the manufacturing and distribution of solutions to advance life science research. For over 110 years, we have served the changing needs of life scientists in over 100 countries. Our expanding portfolio of brands include instruments for organ and animal research, cell analysis, molecular biology, fluidics, and laboratory consumables.

Harvard Apparatus

Harvard Apparatus is known for their easy-to-use programmable syringe pumps, the PHD ULTRA and Elite touch screen series. Harvard Apparatus also developed the first volume controlled- and then pressure-controlled ventilators, pulsatile blood pumps, transducers, amplifiers, recorders, glassware and many other specialized bioscience research products.

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