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The website has been updated with new information about electrode digitization. Compumedics Neuroscan supports a large variety of electrode digitization hardware. These include the NDI Krios, Spectra and Vicra devices as well as the Polhemus Fastrak and Patriot devices. The procedure of the electrode digitization is completely integrated in the CURRY Package and allows fast […]

Update: Electrode Digitizers


Compumedics Neuroscan is pleased to announce CURRY 8, our premier tool for EEG/MEG signal processing and neuroimaging, has been released. It is now available for purchase. Please talk to your local representative in case you are interested in CURRY 8 or when you wish to upgrade you existing CURRY license. Read more about the new […]

CURRY 8 Released



Compumedics Neuroscan is pleased to announce a satellite symposium at the BIOMAG 2016 meeting in Seoul, Korea. The symposium "Comparison and combination MEG and EEG data" will be held October 2, 2016. More information is available on the website of BIOMAG.

Satellite Symposium at BIOMAG 2016


The CURRY NeuroImaging platform and MEG have a history stretching back over 25 years. CURRY was first conceived as a product in the early 1990’s when Philips Electronics investigated the feasibility of developing it’s own MEG hardware platform. Ultimately, the hardware platform did not survive, but the software, along with its core engineering architects, Dr. Manfred Fuchs […]

Magnetoencephaloghy (MEG) and CURRY – A long history together


Over 25 years of experience in designing PSG and EEG amplifiers has culminated in the new Grael amplifier range – Compumedics’ most technologically advanced amplifier yet. Four new amplifiers specifically designed to fit your needs! Key features Sampling Rates up to 4096 Hz User selectable gain allows choice of lower noise or higher allowable DC […]

Introducing the new Grael Range



Australia-based Compumedics is pleased to announce a long-term technology transfer and development agreement for production of a state of the art Magnetoencephalography (MEG) system with the Korean Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS). Implementing full integration with CURRY, Compumedics Neuroscan’s multimodal brain analysis software, a new generation of brain imaging is now available to […]

Compumedics Neuroscan Proudly Announces the Introduction of Orion LifeSpan MEG


Compumedics Neuroscan currently has an open position for a regional sales representative in North America. The selected candidate will be responsible for customer contact, quote generation and followup, as well as attending conferences/trade shows. The desired candidate must have a background in research EEG and evoked potentials, with a preference for those with experience using […]

FULL TIME POSITION AVAILABLE – Compumedics Neuroscan Regional Sales Representative


Ongoing studies at the Oxford Baby Lab are employing Neuroscan Systems to better understand the processing and development of language in infants. We are proud to provide the technology to advance the understanding of brain and language development and neural plasticity at Oxford and other similar research facilities around the world. Watch a short documentary […]

Developmental Science at University of Oxford



When Neuroscan’s Scan software was released in the early 1990’s, it heralded a new generation in EEG and ERP research. Since the initial release, Scan has been adapted to multiple generations of Microsoft OS evolutionary stages from DOS through to Windows XP and Windows 7. However with recent Windows upgrades, and continuous improvement in the […]

Evolution from SCAN to Curry Acquisition & Analysis





The events calendar on our website has been updated. This year, Compumedics Neuroscan will be present at several international meetings as well as present at some of the smaller meetings. Please find the events section of the website to find out where you can meet us in the next months.

Upcoming Conferences and Events


Online publi­ca­tion by Anne Spencer Ross, Sharon Kay Hunter, Mark A Groth, Randal Glenn Ross from the Depart­ment of Psychi­a­try, Univer­sity of Colorado School of Medi­cine, and Colorado State Univer­sity in which the Nuamps ampli­fier is used for EEG record­ing in infants.

P50 Sensory gating in infants


Mind moves robot
Inno­va­tion Appli­ca­tions for Neuroscan Systems for Mind Control of Flying Robots High­lighted on CNN featuring the Synamps RT amplifier and the Access software development kit (SDK).

Mind Control of Flying Robots



Curry 7 Neuro Imaging Suite
Curry 7 has now been in release for more than one year. Progres­sively, more and more customers are tran­si­tion­ing from our legacy Scan soft­ware to Curry 7. Now inte­grat­ing data acqui­si­tion, there is no reason not to move forward with more options, flex­i­bil­ity, and reli­a­bil­ity. With its modu­lar design, Curry 7 can fit every researchers’ […]

Curry Neuroimag­ing Suite: Our Premiere Product