Multi-Modal Neuroimaging Suite

The history of the CURRY software is well known. Throughout the world, CURRY has the well deserved reputation as the most advanced and comprehensive tool for Multimodal Neuroimaging. CURRY’s strength has historically been combining functional data such as EEG and MEG with structural data from MRI and CT to optimize source reconstruction.

Now, Compumedics Neuroscan combines CURRY’s strength with the acquisition and signal processing features for a comprehensive EEG acquisition, data analysis, source localization and source imaging software – all in the one powerful streamlined and intuitive CURRY Neuroimaging Suite

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Features & Benefits

Powerful organizational tools and walkthrough functions.

Database and Workflow modules provide powerful organizational tools and walkthrough functions. The macro recorder provides for comprehensive automation functions.

The data shown illustrate topographic mapping of an averaged auditory evoked response on a standard  head model.

Greater signal processing power.

Transforms are automatically and immediately applied to the data.

The data shown depicts a current density reconstruction of spike data on a standardized realistic brain model.

Multi-view displays

Allows you to see many aspects of your data at one time.

The data shown (clockwise from top left) are a butterfly plot of P100 data and the corresponding STFFT data; coherence between recorded channels; a Maximum Intensity Projection of the head with a  sLORETA source reconstruction; and 2D contour  maps of the P100 component.

Advanced artifact reduction tools are standard

Multi-view display showing EEG data recorded in the MRI (Top) in its raw form, and corrected with the latest tools for gradient and BCG artifact reduction (Bottom).

Excels in multimodal neuroimaging

CURRY excels with its ability to combine various types of image data with functional data.

In this example, MRI, CT, and PET data are coregistered  with each other and with the cortical grid EEG data (epileptic spike) to provide unique perspectives of the dipole source of the spike.