Brite

A wearable & flexible multi-channel NIRS device for brain oxygenation measurement


Publications using the Brite

Effects of a One-Day Experiential Sheep-Rearing Experience on Motivation, Anxiety, and Frontal Lobe Brain Activity in Patients with Chronic Psychiatric Disorders: A Crossover Pilot Study

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of a one-day sheep-rearing experience on motivation and anxiety levels in patients with chronic mental illness. The study assessed changes in oxytocin and cortisol levels and brain activity in …

Effects of endurance exercise on physiologic complexity of the hemodynamics in prefrontal cortex

Significance: Prefrontal cortex (PFC) hemodynamics are regulated by numerous underlying neurophysiological components over multiple temporal scales. The pattern of output signals, such as functional near-infrared spectroscopy fluctuations (i.e., …

Mobile Near-Infrared Sensing - A Systematic Review on Devices, Data, Modeling and Applications

Mobile near-infrared sensing is becoming an increasingly important method in many research and industrial areas. To help consolidate progress in this area, we use the PRISMA guidelines to conduct a systematic review of mobile near-infrared sensing, …

Temporal Convolutional Network-Enhanced Real-Time Implicit Emotion Recognition with an Innovative Wearable fNIRS-EEG Dual-Modal System

Emotion recognition remains an intricate task at the crossroads of psychology and artificial intelligence, necessitating real-time, accurate discernment of implicit emotional states. Here, we introduce a pioneering wearable dual-modal device, …

Outcome measures in Angelman syndrome

Background: Angelman syndrome (AS) is a rare neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by severe intellectual disability, little to no expressive speech, visual and motor problems, emotional/behavioral challenges, and a tendency towards hyperphagia …

Prefrontal engagement predicts the effect of museum visit on psychological well-being: an fNIRS exploration

Recent research suggests that museum visits can benefit psychological well-being by reducing symptoms of stress and anxiety. However, these reported relaxing effects remain inconsistent between studies. Shedding light on the underlying cerebral …

A study on the role of information cues in E-commerce live streaming: evidence from self-reported and fNIRS data

Unlike general e-commerce, live streaming commerce innovatively allows live streamers to use instant social functions to communicate with viewers and present products in a more vivid way. However, little research has been done to understand the …

Brain activity response to cues during gait in Parkinson’s disease: A study protocol

Various cueing strategies (internal and external) have been used to alleviate gait deficits in Parkinson’s disease (PD). However, it remains unclear which type of cueing strategy is most effective at different disease stages or with more severe …

Differential features of early childhood motor skill development and working memory processing: evidence from fNIRS

Objective: The study investigated the differential characteristics associated with motor skill development and working memory processing during early childhood, thereby providing insights for understanding motor learning and cognitive development in …

Effect of Time Pressure and Cognitive Demand on Line Workers’ Risk-Taking Behaviors: Assessment of Neuro-Psychophysiological Responses in a Mixed-Reality Environment

Recent research suggests construction workers fall prey to the cognitive biases of risk compensation, wherein workers offset safety improvements by taking more risks. Parallel previous literature indicates that time pressure and mental load may …

Effects of Skill Differences of Adjacent Assemblers on Job Performance Based on Fnirs:

The LEGO model was used to simulate the actual assembly line assembly operation, and a repetitive assembly task experiment was designed, taking into account the differences in the skills of adjacent assembly personnel, and the behavior performance …

How Does the Implicit Awareness of Consumers Influence the Effectiveness of Public Service Announcements? A Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Study

A large number of scholars have conducted detailed studies on the effectiveness of commercial advertising by using neuroimaging methods, but only a few scholars have used this method to study the effectiveness of public service announcements (PSAs). …

Hyper-acute effects of sub-concussive soccer headers on brain function and hemodynamics

Introduction: Sub-concussive head impacts in soccer are drawing increasing research attention regarding their acute and long-term effects as players may experience thousands of headers in a single season. During these impacts, the head experiences …

Neural Substrates for Hand and Shoulder Movement in Healthy Adults: A Functional near Infrared Spectroscopy Study

Characterization of cortical activation patterns during movements in healthy adults may help our understanding of how the injured brain works. Upper limb motor tasks are commonly used to assess impaired motor function and to predict recovery in …

Neurophysiological evaluation of workers' decision dynamics under time pressure and increased mental demand

Productivity demands, time pressure, and cognitively demanding construction tasks increase workers' arousal and stress; however, it is not clear how these factors may worsen risk compensation effects and lead to unanticipated hazards. This paper …

Not Just a Matter of Accuracy: A fNIRS Pilot Study into Discrepancy Between Sleep Data and Subjective Sleep Experience in Quantified-Self Sleep Tracking

Quantified-self sleep tracking devices such as Fitbit are gaining great popular in recent years. However, users often complain about the discrepancy between the data collected with sleep trackers and their subjective sleep experience, which is often …

Perceived Mental Workload Classification Using Intermediate Fusion Multimodal Deep Learning

A lot of research has been done on the detection of mental workload (MWL) using various bio-signals. Recently, deep learning has allowed for novel methods and results. A plethora of measurement modalities have proven to be valuable in this task, yet …

Prefrontal cortical hemodynamics and functional network organization during Tai Chi standing meditation: an fNIRS study

Introduction: Tai Chi standing meditation (Zhan Zhuang, also called pile standing) is characterized by meditation, deep breathing, and mental focus based on theories of traditional Chinese medicine. The purpose of the present study was to explore …

The effect of acute high-intensity interval training and Tabata training on inhibitory control and cortical activation in young adults

Introduction: Physical exercise not only benefits peoples’ health, but also improves their cognitive function. Although growing evidence suggests that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a time-efficient exercise regime that can improve …

Video mirror feedback induces more extensive brain activation compared to the mirror box: an fNIRS study in healthy adults

Background: Mirror therapy (MT) has been shown to be effective for motor recovery of the upper limb after a stroke. The cerebral mechanisms of mirror therapy involve the precuneus, premotor cortex and primary motor cortex. Activation of the precuneus …