Eye movement sensors
A patient is fitted with detectors to monitor muscle activity around the eyes prior to being scanned by a magnetoencephalograph scanner (MEG). The electrodes are placed to detect any blinking or movement which may affect the readings of neural activity in the brain. (Simulation by model)...The magnetoencephalograph (MEG) scanner uses 306 highly sensitive SQUIDs (Superconducting Quantum Interface Devices) which detect the extremely small magnetic fields and associated gradients generated by neural activity in different parts of the brain. Photographed at the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity, UK.
Photo ID: eye-tracking-2
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