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Video Tracking

Our devices are integrated with ANY_maze

Open source code for animal tracking :

Our open source code (very preliminary)  for tracking an animal

Video: How to use our code to track an animal 

Requirements for your computer 


For JAGA16 


All your data can be pretty much captured with your laptop! Your laptop will need to have Wi-Fi capability.

Listed below are computers we have used successfully to capture data.


  • Machine 1: Quad-­‐core CPU, Intel E6600, 2.4GHz, 4 GB RAM, Windows 7, 32-­bit

  • Machine 2: Dual-­‐core CPU, 8GB RAM, Windows 7, 64­‐bit

  • Machine 3: Intel Core i7-4500U, 2 GHz Processor, 8 GB DDR3 RAM, 256 GB Solid-State Drive, 14.0-Inch Screen, Windows 8


If you decide to use a desktop, your computer needs to be able to connect to our router. You can do this wired by using an Ethernet cable, or wireless by using Wi-Fi. 

If you choose to be wired, then you may want two interfaces for your convenience: one connected to the Internet and the other to the jaganet. Your desktop is likely to have Wi-Fi capability; it is important to turn off the Wi-Fi function and perform the following steps to correctly setup the router communication to your computer. 

  •  Unplug/plug (recycle) the power to the router 

  •  Connect the router to your desktop using an Ethernet cable. Use any of the yellow ports on the router (do not use WAN)

  •  Select DHCP on your computer's wired Ethernet configuration.


Trouble with Wi-Fi 

If your Wi-Fi signal is poor, first try connecting the router to your computer using an Ethernet cable as described above. Once you have established the device is working, you can troubleshoot further. Avoid crowded Wi-Fi zones and areas populated with 2.4GHz cell phones and microwave based equipment.

See How to find the best channel for jaganet, jaganet_WiFi_setup.

JAGA Software with other open-source codes

Field Trip: A MATLAB tool box for EEG and EMG users and developers

BCI 2000:  open source EEG analysis tool (Coming soon) 

LSL integration: Our python codes can be integrated into Lab Streaming Layer

Open-ephy:  open source Spike recording/analysis tool (Coming soon) 

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