HEDscan uses MEG in a helmet design to provide noninvasive imaging of brain function. The device uses 128 synchronized quantum magnetic sensors built with FieldLine's microfabrication techniques and generates 3D videos of brain activity.
FieldLine's HEDscan MEG helmet. Image courtesy of FieldLine.
FieldLine believes that HEDscan can be used for a variety of applications in neuroscience research and diagnosis, including Alzheimer's disease and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The company is positioning HEDscan as a next-generation MEG system that is easy for patients to wear and is available at a lower price point that makes the system more accessible to institutions that previously couldn't afford a MEG scanner.
FieldLine is accepting orders for HEDscan for the neuroscience research market.
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