In 1988, Prof. Randall L. Barbour & Prof. Ray Aronson, the founders of NIRx, introduced the concept of tomographic imaging (i.e. spectroscopic measurements over multiple distances) in densely scattered media based on diffusely scattered light. This approach has since been widely adapted and has helped to establish the modern field of fNIRS tomography.
NIRx fNIRS Technology & Service Overview:
Whole-head: lab-based and portable/mobile fNIRS systems
Truly wireless: portable fNIRS systems
Multimodal compatible: EEG , fMRI , TMS , eye tracking , MEG, etc.
Neurofeedback/BCI: export and analyze raw, unfiltered data for real-time feedback from subjects
High-quality data: even for subjects with dense dark hair by using superior light source technology
Versatility: multiple upgrades to meet the needs of a variety of labs (e.g., cap sizes for all ages, etc.)
Upgradeability: expand your NIRx system to enhance your ongoing research capabilities
Reliability: NIRx end users receive lifetime technical support from our global team of experienced fNIRS researchers and engineers, as well as exclusive access to our extensive online support center and technical webinars
Through our offices in Berlin , Minneapolis, Los Angeles and New York, our engineers and grant-funded researchers provide life science research teams with comprehensive technology solutions for the most challenging investigative applications.