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July 2023

  • Easycap Update – Celebrating Falk Minow’s Remarkable Journey
    After an incredible 27 years at Easycap GmbH, we bid a fond farewell to our esteemed founding General Manager, Falk Minow. His visionary leadership has been instrumental in shaping our company’s success. While Falk is retiring from his current role, we’re thrilled to share that he will continue to support Easycap through part-time consultancy. We would like to extend our gratitude and hope that our valued end-users, partners and researchers around the world will join us in wishing him the best in his well-deserved retirement. Thank you, Falk, for leaving an extraordinary legacy!

June 2023

  • Easycap is hiring!
    We are looking for a trainee and offering an apprenticeship (i.e. “Ausbildung zur/m Kauffrau/Kaufmann für Büromanagement”) to expand our team. Check out the full job post [→ click here] … we are looking forward to receiving your applications.

July 2022

  • Easycap Update
    We’re delighted to introduce Dr. Roland Csuhaj as Easycap’s second General Manager. With his extensive expertise, Dr. Csuhaj will be instrumental in advancing Easycap GmbH’s growth and innovation. Welcome, Dr. Csuhaj!

December 2021

  • New & available now: EDALYT – Isotonic Electrolyte Gel for GSR/EDA
    Since Summer 2021 the well-known special electrolyte for galvanic skin response (GSR) or electrodermal activity (EDA) recordings, TD-246, is no longer available. Easycap GmbH therefore put its effort into developing and evaluating an alternative of equal quality. This gel, called EDALYT, is now available.
    [→ more details]

December 2020

Release of Carbon Wire Loops for the BrainCap MR

  • State of the art MR artifact handling with Carbon Wire Loops – a true market innovation!
    We are excited to let you know that Carbon Wire Loops (CWL) for the BrainCap MR are now available to order. [→ more details]
  • User Experience: Carbon Wire Loops in EEG-fMRI studies of interictal epileptic activity
    At the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, we work with combined EEG and fMRI acquisition to study epileptic patients to determine the brain region responsible for the generation of seizures that characterize this condition. We use Carbon Wire Loops to help recover a clean signal from the EEG recorded in the MR environment. [→ more details]
  • User Experience: First Steps to Using Carbon Wire Loops to Correct for Artifacts in simultaneous EEG-fMRI
    EEG signals acquired in parallel to fMRI data require the handling of artifacts in the EEG dataset due to electrode motion, for example, by blood pulsation. Using carbon wire loops placed on EEG caps allows you to directly measure these artifacts and subsequently correct for them efficiently using a regression-based approach. [→ more details]

August 2020

  • Easycap EEG recording caps: An overview
    Given the huge variety of EEG Recording Caps that are available on the market choosing the right one is sometimes not an easy task. Here is a comprehensive overview of different cap solutions offered by Easycap and Brain Products. [→ more details]

June 2020

April 2020

  • KRIOS Markers
    NDI’s Polaris KRIOS is an electrode position scanning system based on reflective markers attached to each electrode. BrainCaps, BrainCaps MR as well as R-Nets equipped with KRIOS markers are now available. [→ more details]
  • Adaptors to easily combine Brain Products and EGI hardware
    Brain Products and EasyCap strive to present options so that you have the freedom of choice when combining our equipment with that of another manufacturer. Here we present adaptors for connecting Brain Products and EGI systems. [→ more details]
  • Changes to the BrainCap MR
    The BrainCap MR has been the preferred choice for simultaneous EEG-fMRI research for more than a decade. Due to advances in fMRI technology some changes were made to improve user experience and data quality. [→ more details]
  • Coming soon: Carbon Wire Loops for the BrainCap MR
    Standard MR-related artifact correction methods are sufficient for most applications, however, data susceptible to motion artifact can be more challenging. If this is a relevant topic for you, you will be happy to hear that carbon wire loops (CWLs) for the BrainCap MR will be available soon. [→ more details]
  • Coming soon: R-Net MR
    Are you into or interested in doing EEG-fMRI and speedy preparation time is critical for you? Stay tuned for the R-Net MR – a sponge-based electrode system for simultaneous EEG-fMRI that will be available soon. [→ more details]