May 12, 2008

Thought Technology Ltd, will be exhibiting at the 39th AAPB’s Annual Meeting (Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback in Daytona Beach, Fla, on May 15 through May 18 at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort at Booths 20 and 21, where the company will demonstrate its complete biofeedback product line.

The meeting will provide event attendees with an opportunity to meet Thought Technology personnel such as president, Hal Myers; vice president, Lawrence Klein; Didier Combatalade, research manager; Marc Saab, project manager; and Tara Balance, technical writer. The company representatives will be available to help to demonstrate the company’s biofeedback product lines. According to Thought Technologies, the following will be among the new products released:

· BioGraph Infiniti version 4.0 is compatible with Windows Vista and comes with over 100 new features and new functions. BioGraph Infiniti 4.5, now under development, will also be showcased.

· Tele-Infiniti Compact Flash Bluetooth wireless. Reportedly provides up to 300 feet (100 meters) of hi-speed data transmission and is designed to be useful in sports such as golf, and for ambulatory monitoring.

· TT-EEG gold-plated cup elec­trodes and ear clips with DIN connectors. Designed for neuro­feedback and clinical EEG applications.

· EEG-Z3/TT-AV Sync sensors. Designed to accurately measure slow cortical potentials, evoked potentials and reaction time.

· Z Score Neurofeedback. Designed to offer real-time comparisons of 2-channel EEG to NeuroGuide’s normative database. Metrics include coherence, phase, amplitude asymmetry, relative power, absolute power and power ratios for 8 different frequency bands.

· ProComp5 Infiniti is engineered to capture data in real time by connecting directly to the PC via its fiberoptic cable. Can also store data on a compact flash.

Thought Technology reports it will give a new products demonstration May 16th from 12 noon to 1 p.m., during the AAPB conference.

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Source: Thought Technology Ltd