A fixed-base driving simulator with an open-cab mockup is used for studies (Real-time Technologies Inc., Royal Oak, MI). The driving environments are presented on five 46-inch widescreen LCD displays (104 x 59 cm) at a resolution of 1920 x 1080, subtending approximately 140 of horizontal visual angle. Drivers are seated approximately 1.1 m from the center screen. The driving environments are traffic scenarios are generated using the RTI SimVista software and Internet Scene Assembler (ParallelGraphics Ltd.).
The NIRO Monitor NIRO-300 has been designed to measure tissue oxygenation non-invasively using Near-Infrared spectrophotometry (NIRS).
NIRScout performs dual-wavelength continuous-wave (CW) near-infrared (NIR) diffuse tomographic measurements on large tissue structures at high (= several Hz) sampling rates. The system facilitates NIR illumination of multiple target locations in a time-multiplexed, scanning fashion. The NIRScout instrument is operated through a graphic user interface (GUI) on a personal computer (PC), to which it is connected by a USB 2.0.
Halo Sport is a brain stimulator that increases neuroplasticity. The headset works by applying a small electric current to the part of the brain that controls movement, activating neurons so they fire more often when you train.
APDM wearable sensors are ideal for quantifying human movement for movement disorder research and general wellness use involving mobility. APDM combines sophisticated wearable sensors with world-class signal processing to create an advanced system for joint angle tracking.
The HTC Vive is a virtual reality headset developed by HTC and Vale Corporation. The headset uses “room scale” tracking technology, allowing the user to move in 3D space and use motion-tracked handheld controllers to interact with the environment.