I-WELL Centre applies the following equipment for research, assessment, training, client and community services purposes:
1. Geodesic Electroencephalography (EEG) System
2. ANT Neuro eego Portable EEG System
3. Articulograph AG501
4. Test of Variables of Attention (T.O.V.A.)
5. Tobii TX300 Eye Tracker
6. Tobii Pro X3-120 Portable Eye-tracker
7. Tobii Pro Fusion 250Hz Portable Eye-tracker
8. Nasality Visualization System (NVS-MU) & Aeroview Plus Phonatory Aerodynamics System
9. Interacoustics Titan, Middle and Inner Ear Analyzer System
10. Smart EP & OAE & VAR system (Intelligent Hearing System)
It is used in the EEG system of educational neuroscience. The net cap is placed on the participants’ head for an approximately 45-minute scan to receive a detailed analysis of brain cells activity, which helps in monitoring concentration, memory, cognitive ability and language ability.
This is a 32-channel Electroencephalography (EEG) system, its portable design requires less time to set-up and can be used in outdoor environment.
Electromagnetic Articulograph (EMA) is used for the assessment of speech motor behavior of individuals with functional speech motor difficulties.
Test of Variables of Attention (T.O.V.A.) is an equipment which tests vision and auditory reaction. As it tests physical actions, it can neglect factors such as language barrier and education level. From the participant’s pattern of answering and reaction, we can determine whether the participant is diagnosed with ADHD with an 84% or above accuracy.
While using EEG system, eye tracker can also be used to study participants’ attention and focus by tracking their eye movements. For example, when a participant is reading a book, eye tracker can track the spotlight of his vision which possibly reveal the reading pattern of the participant.
Tobii Pro X3-120 portable eye-tracker has a maximum sampling rate of 120hz. It enables us to accurately collect eye movement data off-site.
Tobii Pro Fusion 250Hz is the next generation of compact high-performance eye trackers. It has a maximum sampling rate of 250hz. It enables us to accurately collect eye movement data off-site.
These systems are used to visualise and measure abnormal passing of air through the nose and resonance during speech.
This handheld tympanometer is used to analyse middle and inner ear for hearing screening, diagnostic and clinical testing purposes.
This system is used to acquire auditory, visual and somatosensory evoked potentials.