New with version 6.2
Video Stream instrument
With the video Stream instrument, you can play video files that are stored on your PC or stream video from the Internet. A number of “Actions” allow you to control the image, based on physiological change. Actions include shrink/enlarge, play/pause, blur, pixelate, volume loud/quiet and tunnel in/out. Build a library of videos from various sources and select the ones you want to play at the beginning of a session. Each screen has a playlist that stores your video selection. When a session ends in the middle of a movie, a bookmark is placed, so the video starts from this point at the beginning of the next session. If your favorite feedback screen has a DVD instrument on it, no worries, you can readily convert the instrument to a video stream instrument with a simple right-click menu option.
BioGraph 6.2 makes your life easier by giving you the option to automatically maximize feedback screens to fit your monitor, whatever its resolution.
Screen Template Editor
Suite designers can move to the next level and create feedback screens that are channel set independent. When designing a screen, you can tell each graph to look for a specific signal type. When a clinician wants to use a selected screen template with his favorite channel set, the conversion process finds the proper channel in the channel set and connects it to the instrument automatically. The screen is then saved as a regular screen.