We have loads of futuristic equipment from the future.
We have an 128 and a 256 channel dEEG system from Electrical Geodesics Inc. (EGI) that measures everything your brain thinks and some things it doesn't. For more details see:
We do not use this equipment for typical EEG event related potential (ERP) experiments but, rather, we do 4D-dEEG (i.e., EEG imaging with accurate spatial and temporal information). To the left is a video demonstrating an early attempt. It is the brain (N=27) watching a television game show.
We're still having monthly bake sales to raise the $8.5 million we need for our own fMRI scanner. In the meantime, we have funding to scan people in New York City. As everyone knows, New Yorkers are crazy and, therefore, our data might be skewed.
We have a remote head- and eye-tracking system that is integrated with our dEEG system that allows for linking pupil diameter, saccades, eye blinks, and fixations to the ongoing EEG. We see everything. For more details see:
Super Flux Capacitor:
We have one of the worlds only functioning super flux capacitors (SFC). We use the SFC to transport participants Back to The Future following their experience in the lab.
We are tied into High Performance Computing (HPC) at Hamilton College and, therefore, have at our disposal a mere 646 processing cores 1.3 TB Memory and 12.4 TB of disk space. Don't worry, we are working on getting some more computing power. In addition, we have the following computers for student use while in the lab: