M.S., Speech-Hearing Sciences, University of Wisconsin, 1980
B.S., Speech Pathology, University of Wisconsin, 1976
A Wide Array of Uses
We have developed a system optimized for this type of research, with a wide array of I/O and synchronization inputs. Researchers in this field are primarily interested in developing adaptation therapies.
Motion & Gait
Elegant Technology, Built for Simple Setup
Our experience has shown us one thing. Researchers don’t want tools that add complexity to their lives. They want systems that work well and don’t require hours of valuable time to get going.
Galileo™ does not require special training or factory technicians to install it. Simply put the unit onto a solid surface or rack mount in your control room, plug it into the wall, and run the hose assembly into the imaging suite. Once you power on the system, plug in the USB to your computer and start the Galileo™ software.
Once you’ve set up your system, you can begin connecting the synchronization outputs to the imaging system. Use one cable in the “All Channels” sync port, or connect each channel to its own port on your imaging system. For more complex projects, create a serial port in your favorite lab software to control Galileo™