The Ultracortex is an open-source, 3D-printable headset intended to work with any OpenBCI Board. It is capable of recording research-grade brain activity (EEG), muscle activity (EMG), and heart activity (ECG). The Ultracortex Mark III "Nova" is capable of sampling up to 8 channels of EEG from up to 21 different 10-20 locations. For up to 16 channels of measurement, see our Supernova & 16-channel R&D Kit. Additional sensors can be connected to the GPIO pins of the mounted OpenBCI Board, and connected to other parts of the body as well.
The Ultracortex Mark III “Nova” is our latest 3D-printed Biosensing Headset. It is a solid upgrade from the original Mark III released last Fall. The headset is designed to be almost entirely 3D-printable by means of any desktop 3D printer—such as the LulzBot TAZ 5. The headset uses spring-loaded, dry, Ag-AgCl electrodes. No more messy gel! It is highly modular and designed to be adjustable for maximum comfort and signal quality.
This product can be purchased as ‘Print It Yourself’, with the expectation that you’ll be doing all of the 3D-printing, or ‘Unassembled’ where you receive all of the parts, but you still need to assemble the headset yourself. In addition, we are now offering a ‘Pro-Assembled’ version. If you select this option, you will receive a professionally-assembled headset, ready for use with no assembly required! Don't forget to buy a board, however. The Ultracortex Mark III is intended for use with any of the OpenBCI board kits (sold separately):
For more information on the parts listed below, please visit our Nova Printing & Assembly Guide on Github.
The Ultracortex Mark III "Nova" is not a medical device nor is it intended for medical diagnosis and provided to you "as is," and we make no express or implied warranties whatsoever with respect to its functionality, operability, or use, including, without limitation, any implied warranties, fitness for a particular purpose, or infringement. We expressly disclaim any liability whatsoever for any direct, indirect, consequential, incidental or special damages, including, without limitation, lost revenues, lost profits, losses resulting from business interruption or loss of data, regardless of the form of action or legal theory under which the liability may be asserted, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.