My understanding is that Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) shows
the most promise where high-resolution, time-ordered images are the goal.
(ALL: I've not worked with such images. Please correct me if I'm wrong.)
Although, last time I looked (several years back), it was just beginning to
show promise. (ALL: Is it routine these days?) ken collins
Andrew R. Hill wrote:
> Hi all, was wondering if anyone had info on latest developments in
> neuroimaging. I saw something a while back about using arrays of
> electrodes to map i.e. EEG, but was wondering what the current state of
> the technology is. I'm am curious about portable and noninvasive
>> If anyone wants to comment in technical jargon, please feel free; I have
> a slightly rusty degree in Neuroscience.
>>ahill at salamander.net