FieldLine launches HEDscan MEG helmet

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

June 3, 2021 -- Magnetoencephalography (MEG) developer FieldLine has launched HEDscan, a noninvasive whole-head MEG system designed for research of mental health diseases.

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.

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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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