Plexon Inc, the leader in advanced, turnkey hardware and software for neurotechnology research, announces the launch of the CinePlex(R) Online 3D Video Acquisition and Tracking System at Neuroscience 2011.
Plexon’s CinePlex product line has long been a leader in digital video recording and tracking for the neuroscience community, and the addition of the three dimensional functionality uniquely marries the recording and tracking of limb movements in 3D from multiple cameras with highly accurate calculations for analyzing gait, speed, direction and a variety of other metrics critical to behavior analysis. CinePlex Online 3D supports multiple cameras, however only two are required. Video recording and tracking data are fully synchronized and time stamped with the OmniPlex(R) neural acquisition system complimenting its real time visualization of 3D object tracking.
The system also offers the most advanced — yet remarkably simple to use — calibration process permitting on-location use. For the first time, the highly innovative “mobile” characteristics free the research team from being anchored to a fixed facility, opening the doors to observing subjects in more natural settings.
“We are already seeing exciting new research coming from the labs that have served as our beta users,” stated Harvey W. Wiggins, Plexon’s President and Founder. “In one lab, the new system is being applied to spinal cord regeneration research that will ultimately lead to helping patients with severe spinal injuries.”
Researchers will have the chance to check out the new CinePlex Online 3D Video Acquisition and Tracking System, as well as the new DigiAmp(TM) 256 Digitizing Amplifier and the new Optogenetic Stimulation System, at Neuroscience 2011 in booth #2309 guided by any one of the system designers, or maybe even by the founder himself.