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faq:structuresensor [2018/10/21 14:56]
42.49.180.224 [Should I use a Polhemus or a Structure Sensor to record electrode positions?]
faq:structuresensor [2018/10/03 15:35] (current)
131.174.45.176 [Should I use a Polhemus or a Structure Sensor to record electrode positions?]
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   * The Polhemus Fastrak is more accurate, but also more time-consuming.   * The Polhemus Fastrak is more accurate, but also more time-consuming.
   * The Polhemus Fastrak is more expensive.   * The Polhemus Fastrak is more expensive.
-  * The Structure sensor has problems if wires are sticking out of the cap -&​gt; ​this is IMPORTANT as it depends on your cap design. ​+  * The Structure sensor has problems if wires are sticking out of the cap -this is IMPORTANT as it depends on your cap design. ​
   * The Structure sensor has problems if the subject moves his head during the (approximate 2-minute) scan.    * The Structure sensor has problems if the subject moves his head during the (approximate 2-minute) scan. 
   * A quick quality check of the results is easier with the Structure sensor, which means that it is easier to detect and repeat a poor scan.    * A quick quality check of the results is easier with the Structure sensor, which means that it is easier to detect and repeat a poor scan.