Jul 16, 2019

Building It

We are now onto building a batch of Spectra devices. I've recently been working on a test jig, that can both program the devices and determine if they are working correctly. Here it is! Read the full update.


May 16, 2019

A Big Thank You!

Just want to say a BIG thank you!! to everyone who supported the campaign. We made it!! Read the full update.


May 13, 2019

Test Jig, Future Work, and Nearing the Goal

We are so close to both meeting the campaign goal and the end of the campaign! So close! In the meantime, here are some details on the test jig and future development. Read the full update.


May 10, 2019

Cooked vs Uncooked Food

Let's see if Spectra can tell the difference between cooked and uncooked food! Read the full update.


May 06, 2019

Spectra Architecture Design

Spectra's architecture allows it to acquire very accurate measurements, a single measurement at a time. In this update, I'll go through the architecture design, the general flow of data and signals, and why I chose specific parts. Read the full update.


May 02, 2019

Time Series Data: Functional Changes of Material in the Body

What is the underlying impedance data signal that Spectra uses, anyway? It's pretty amazing and totally different from EEG and ECG. Read the full update.


Apr 27, 2019

Thursday Meetup Report

Here's a recap of last Thursday's Meetup and some thoughts that came out of it regarding improving our healthcare system. Read the full update.


Apr 22, 2019

Safety and the Path Towards Better Spatial Resolution

I've had a couple of question about safety as well as quite a few with questions about spatial resolution. Here I'll talk about IEC safety and some exciting work to obtain higher resolution. Read the full update.


Apr 15, 2019

Applications in Research

In this post, we describe some exciting applications that have arisen from research in both electrical impedance tomography (EIT) and bioimpedance spectroscopy (BIS). Read the full update.


Apr 11, 2019

Easy-to-use Software and Upcoming Talk and Workshop

We're giving a workshop next week, followed the week after by an online webinar. In the meantime, here are some details on the installer and dashboard for connecting to Spectra. Read the full update.


Apr 07, 2019

How does it work?

Details on electrical impedance tomography, how it works, and how it compares to other medical imaging techniques. Read the full update.


Apr 03, 2019

Bringing Medical Imaging to Everyone!

Today we make Spectra, the world's first open source biomedical imaging system, available to everyone! Read the full update.


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$349

Spectra Starter Kit

This kit has everything you need to get started experimenting with biomedical imaging, including a small tank phantom, 32-channel flex electrode array, USB cable, and fully assembled, flashed, and tested Spectra board that works with easy-to-install open source host software.


$449

Spectra Deluxe Kit

The whole deal, ready to go. You get everything in the Spectra Starter Kit, plus a custom portable enclosure, an electrode expansion adapter, and a 32-channel, gold-plated electrode cable for performing EIT scans on almost anything, anywhere!


$100

Expansion Kit

This kit includes an electrode expansion adapter and a 32-channel, gold-plated electrode cable (the same as those included in the Spectra Deluxe Kit). The expansion adapter lets you patch out to a standard 0.1" header so you can connect it anyway you want to anything you want. The 32-electrode cable allows you to stick the device on a variety of conductive objects of different sizes as each electrode is independent, gold-plated, and protected by an insulated injection molded cover. The expansion kit gives you the flexibility you need for nearly any experiment.

Credits

Mindseye Biomedical

Mindseye Biomedical creates new tools in non-invasive biomedical imaging and neuroscience and offers engineering consulting services. Working toward the democratization of biomedical imaging through an open source ideology.


Jean Rintoul

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