Our group conducts a wide range of experimental research using psychophysiological measurements. We have an electromagnetically shielded and sound attenuated laboratory and many commercial up-to-date devices for psychophysiological research and behavioral research. For example, we have the following measurement devices and programs in our use:
- Nexus-10 and Nexus-22 multichannel biosignal amplifier systems
- Neuroscan 2, a multichannel biosignal measurement system
- E-Prime experiment generator
We also have several prototype technologies developed in collaboration with Tampere University of Technology and Nokia Research Center. All the technologies can be used wirelessly to measure human behavior and most of them can be used to interact with technology in various ways.