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BrainMapgoo.gl/G37A5G
Materials and documentation of a senior design project aimed at implementing a 36-channel fNIRS system.


NeuLuceneuluce.org
Non-profit organization with the mission to support scientists in the adoption of novel optical technologies for studying the brain and other organs. NeuLuce accomplishes this by disseminating hardware and software technologies, and by providing training opportunities. Visit the webpage for currently available products.


Open Access fNIRS+EGG datasetdoc.ml.tu-berlin.de/hBCI
Data of 29 subjects performing two BCI experiments (left vs. right hand motor imagery; mental arithmetic vs. resting state) are available along with demographic information, and signal quality information on each channel. Read more at ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7742400/


OpenNIRSopennirs.org
Open project of wearable fNIRS device including hardware schematics and PCB layout, firmware code, GUI control software, 3D-printable parts, and documentation.