This page contains news about the BCI2000 system and also highlights user contributions. For more recent news regarding the lab, see News.

BCI2000 v2.0 February 2009 Build
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
BCI2000 v2.0 December 2008 Build
Monday, December 1, 2008
BCI2000 v2.0 November 2008 Build
Monday, November 17, 2008
BCI2000 Support for CTF MEG Scanners
Monday, October 20, 2008
BCI2000 has been successfully used in the past to provide online feedback of MEG-recorded brain signals (Mellinger et al., NeuroImage 36:581 – 593, 2007). The software tool that supports MEG data acquisition to BCI2000 via the Neuroscan protocol is called "ctfneurod." This tool is now available in the BCI2000 contribution section.
Python Support for BCI2000
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
The BCPy2000 tool set for BCI2000 allows for programming of BCI2000 modules, i.e., User Application, Signal Processing, or Data Acquisition, using Python. The present tool set takes advantage of several well-known high-level Python packages: VisionEgg for stimulus presentation, NumPy and SciPy for signal processing and classification, and IPython for interactive debugging. (Jeremy Hill).
BCI2000 Support for V-Amp (Brain Products)
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Adam Wilson contributed a BCI2000 Source module to support the V-Amp from Brain Products.
IEEE Outstanding Paper Award for BCI2000
Monday, September 15, 2008
The first paper that comprehensively described the BCI2000 system (Schalk et al., IEEE T Biomed Eng, 51(6), 2004), received the Outstanding Paper Award by the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. This award is listed in the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 27(5), p. 125, September/October 2008.
BCI2000 Support for Matlab/FieldTrip
Thursday, July 17, 2008
BCI2000 now supports asynchronous execution of Matlab scripts.
Improved Support for BCI2000 Data Files
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Dr. Alois Schloegl improved support for BCI2000 data files in the Biosig toolbox, which is available at
Support for Electrical Geodesics AmpServer
Thursday, June 12, 2008
Joshua Fialkoff contributed a BCI2000 source module to support all amplifiers supported by the National Geodesics AmpServer.
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