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Multi-channel MEG measurements with a wearable OPM system

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In this talk I will present the latest updates to the wearable OPM -MEG system developed in Nottingham. It comprises 50 OPMs, placed in a 3D-printed generic helmet, built to fit most adults. Subjects are unconstrained during the scan thanks to the low background magnetic field inside the shielded room and the presence of nulling coils for additional magnetic field cancellation. I will show results from different multi-channel experiments showing oscillatory changes in theta, alpha, beta and gamma bands. Finally, I will present some preliminary amplitude-envelope correlation connectivity results from resting-state data.

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