BrainVoyager QX


BrainVoyager is the "all-in-one" solution for brain imaging research enables analysis and visualisation of functional and structural magnetic resonance imaging data. 

  • Highly flexible data processing on raw data
  • Comprehensive set of analysis and visualization tools.
  • Beautiful visualisations of obtained results.
  • Used in more than 500 research groups worldwide, it is known for its high processing speed and interactive, user friendly interface.
  • Cross Platform – use your preferred operating system and exploit existing hardware
  • Fully open programming interface for advanced users
  • Bidirectional connection with BESA (Brain Electrical Source Analysis) allows easy integration with EEG and MEG data.

Guide Price: £4650

SKU: N1600

BrainVoyager is used in research departments worldwide and has appeared in thousands. Here is a selection of some research articles that cite the use of BrainVoyager.

P E Downing, A W Y Chan, M V Peelen, C M Dodds and N Kanwisher, Domain Specificity in Visual Cortex, Cerebral Cortex, 2006, 16(10):1453-1461, Oxford Univ Press

Y Nir, U Hasson, I Levy, Y Yeshurun and R Malach,Widespread functional connectivity and fMRI fluctuations in human visual cortex in the absence of visual stimulation, Neuroimage, 2006, 30(4):1313-1324, Elsevier

M Siegel, T H Donner, R Oostenveld, P Fries, A K Engel, High-Frequency Activity in Human Visual Cortex Is Modulated by Visual Motion Strength, Cerebral Cortex, 2007, 17(3):732-741, Oxford Univ Press

S Park, H Intraub, D Yi, D Widders, M Chun, Beyond the Edges of a View: Boundary Extension in Human Scene-Selective Visual Cortex, Neuron, 2007, 54(2):335 – 342, Elsevier

A E Welchman, A Deubelius, V Conrad, H H Bülthoff, Z Kourtzi, 3D shape perception from combined depth cues in human visual cortex, Nature Neuroscience, 2005 8:820 - 827 -

K Grill-Spector, R Malach, The Human Visual Cortex, Annual Review of Neuroscience, 2004, 27: 649-677- Annual Reviews Y Lerner, T Hendler, R Malach, M Harel, H Leiba, C Stolovitch and P Pianka, Selective fovea-related deprived activation in retinotopic and high-order visual cortex of human amblyopes, Neuroimage, 2006, 33(1): 169-179, Elsevier

J Vinberg, K Grill-Spector, Representation of Shapes, Edges, and Surfaces Across Multiple Cues in the Human Visual Cortex, Journal of Neurophysiology, 2008, 99: 1380-1393 - Am Physiological Soc

T Liu, F Pestilli, M Carrasco, Transient Attention Enhances Perceptual Performance and fMRI Response in Human Visual Cortex. Neuron, 2004 , 45(3):469 - 477

J Gardner, P Sun, R Waggoner, K Ueno, K Tanaka, K Cheng, Contrast Adaptation and Representation in Human Early Visual Cortex, Neuron, 2005, 47(4):607 – 620, Neuron, Elsevier

F Fang, S O Murray, D Kersten, S He, Orientation-Tuned fMRI Adaptation in Human Visual Cortex, Journal of Neurophysiology, 2005 94: 4188-4195 - Am Physiological Soc

Scott O Murray, H Boyaci, D Kersten,The representation of perceived angular size in human primary visual cortex, Nature Neuroscience, 2006 9:429 - 434 –

Y Xu, N B Turk-Browne, M M Chun, Dissociating Task Performance from fMRI Repetition Attenuation in Ventral Visual Cortex, Journal of Neuroscience, 2007, 27(22):5981-5985 Soc Neuroscience

M Rijpkema, S I van Aalderen, J V Schwarzbach, F A J Verstraten, Activation patterns in visual cortex reveal receptive field size-dependent attentional modulation, Brain Research, 2008, 1189:90-96 - Elsevier

F Fang, S O Murray, S He, Duration-Dependent fMRI Adaptation and Distributed Viewer-Centered Face Representation in Human Visual Cortex, Cerebral Cortex, 2007 17(6):1402-1411 - Oxford Univ Press

N G Müller, A Kleinschmidt, Temporal Dynamics of the Attentional Spotlight: Neuronal Correlates of Attentional Capture and Inhibition of Return in Early Visual Cortex, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2007 19(4):587-593 - MIT Press

S O Murray, C A Olman, D Kersten, Spatially Specific fMRI Repetition Effects in Human Visual Cortex, Journal of Neurophysiology, 2006 95: 2439-2445 - Am Physiological Soc

M Meng, D A Remus, F Tong, Filling-in of visual phantoms in the human brain, Nature Neuroscience, 2005, 8:1248 –1254 -

D Beck, S Kastner, Stimulus similarity modulates competitive interactions in human visual cortex, Journal of Vision 2007 7(2):1-12-

H Lu, G Basso, J T Serences, S Yantis, X Golay, P C M van Zijl, Retinotopic mapping in the human visual cortex using vascular space occupancy-dependent functional magnetic resonance imaging. Neuroreport, 2005, 16(15):1635-1640 -

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