January 19, 2022 | Bryan Johnson
New peer-reviewed paper published in the Journal of Biomedical Optics
In our newest publication, JBO guest editor Dimitris Gorpas remarks, “Kernel Flow is the world's first wearable full-head coverage TD-fNIRS system that maintains or improves on the performance of existing benchtop systems and has the potential to achieve its mission of making neuro measurements mainstream. I am really looking forward to what the brain has yet to reveal."
The peer-reviewed paper evaluates the current challenges of high cost, bulky and uncomfortable neuroimaging technology and how Kernel Flow has been able to overcome these challenges.
“Kernel Flow packages large-scale TD-fNIRS systems into a wearable form, delivering the next generation of noninvasive optical brain imaging devices. Systems like Kernel Flow will make neuroimaging much more accessible, to enable widespread benefits in health and science.” SPIE News Article
Technical Paper: Kernel Flow: a wearable device for noninvasive optical brain imaging.