Multimodal research made easy

NoldusHub

NoldusHub is the all-in-one research solution for human behavior studies. Streamline your multimodal research from start to finish and get high-quality data and insights into human behavior.

  • Simplifying multimodal research

  • Automated data collection and synchronization

  • Easy overview and access to projects and data streams

NoldusHub
 

NoldusHub in 90 seconds

NoldusHub® is our new integrated multimodal software solution for human behavior studies, designed to combine multiple types of measurements and easily achieve trustworthy, high-quality data and direct insights. 

Whether you’re an experienced behavioral researcher or a first-time user: NoldusHub is the software tool for everyone. Discover how NoldusHub benefits your research, and why it is the best multimodal solution for you to use, now and in the future.

 
 


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Multimodal research made easy

In order to understand a person’s motivation and emotional state, multimodal research is the way forward! But combining multiple types of measurements can be quite challenging, especially when you use several data acquisition tools that have to be calibrated and started. 

That is exactly why we have developed NoldusHub. From setting up to connecting all your devices, to recording and visualizing results in a clear way, NoldusHub makes multimodal research easy! The entire process is organized and streamlined into one software tool, from start to end, saving you valuable time, effort and frustration.

Multimodal research made easy with NoldusHub
Multimodal research made easy with NoldusHub  
 


Data collection with NoldusHub

NoldusHub is at the heart of your data collection. The software collects data from a webcam, eye-tracking device and several physiological devices. With these, you can measure a variety of signals and behavioral input:

  • Facial expressions
  • Gaze overlay and fixation
  • Physiological measures and responses
  • Audio, video, screen captures, and more
 
 


Failproof thanks to the system heartbeat

When you are recording multiple data streams at once, you need all of them to be in sync. But how do you know they are? Thanks to the system heartbeat of NoldusHub, you can monitor all the status of all connected devices in real-time. 

If anything is amiss, you will receive a notification during the session. No surprises afterwards, but an immediate warning if an issue arises. This helps you to keep control of your data streams and ensures successful measurements.

 
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Customer quote

“I am very pleased to welcome NoldusHub as a new member of our product family for human behavior research. It addresses an urgent need of scientists who need a versatile tool for multimodal research that is powerful yet easy to use.”

Lucas Noldus (CEO)|Noldus Information Technology, The Netherlands

 


Valuable insights and transparent data

And NoldusHub does not stop after acquisition. Based on the experimental data gathered, NoldusHub let's you explore your data and creates valuable insights, both during and after data collection. For example: we have integrated FaceReader, for trustworthy facial expression recognition and analysis. NoldusHub offers the user full access to all the data gathered. If it is recorded, it’s accessible. 

 


Interested in NoldusHub?

NoldusHub is under continuous development, based on market and user feedback. Are you curious to find out how NoldusHub works and if it's suitable for your research? Contact us now, we'll be happy to answer any questions, or give a demonstration of NoldusHub so you can see it in action.

 
 


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