Aalto Behavioral Laboratory was introduced in mid-2015. Laboratory’s tools are focused on behavioral research, including EEG (BrainProduct), Biomonitor (MegaElectronics), Thermal IR (FLIR) and Eye Tracking (Sensomotoric instruments and SR-Research) systems.

Laboratory consists of two rooms: a shielded room which is especially intended for EEG and Remote Eye Tracking measurements; and a room for behavioral measurements which doesn’t need shielded conditions. The feedthroughs to shielded room are either using optic fibers or RF-filtered.

All the computers are locating in the control room. Both rooms can be monitored with video cameras for surveillance and measuring purposes.



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