NeuroRighter is an open-source system for multi-electrode closed-loop recording and stimulation.  It was originally produced by the Potter Lab at Georgia Tech, and has enabled pioneering neuroscience research through precise electrical and optical control of neural tissue.The software is free, and the hardware schematics and layouts are free for download. This site contains 'living' documentation for the system, describing its use and construction.

If you'd like to contribute to the site, e-mail Riley Zeller-Townson (rtzt at gatech dot edu).

Above: Online Spike Sorting with NeuroRighter. Spikes waveforms are show on 'pile plots' that spatially correspond to the recording site where they were detected.

Above: Recording LFPs from a 64 channel electrode array with NeuroRighter.

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