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Optically pumped magnetometer-based magnetoencephalography (OP-MEG) can be used to measure neuromagnetic fields while participants move in a magnetically shielded room. Head movements in previous OP-MEG studies have been up to 20 cm translation and ~30 degrees rotation in a sitting position. While this represents a step-change over static MEG systems, naturalistic head movement is likely to exceed these limits, particularly when participants are standing up. In this proof-of-concept study, wedoi:10.1101/2021.05.26.445793 fatcat:lelgxoq7yrgwjfiebk66psaliy