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First biometric social network

Biometric Match - The First Biometric Social Network As Beta Testing has begun on the worlds first biometric social network, what can be expected from this new platform?...

Brain-computer interface market segment forecasts up to 2022 now available

A new research report released by Transparency Market Research analyzes the BCI market on the basis of its market segments, major geographies, and current market trends. It provides market projections for...

Paralyzed man controls robotic arm with his thoughts

A man paralyzed by gunshot more than a decade ago can shake hands, drink beer and play “rock, paper, scissors” by controlling a robotic arm with his...

PhD students build brain-controlled FPV drone

Two PhD students from University of Florida, Marvin Andujar and Chris Crawford, have built a mind-machine method to control a drone through a wearable electroencephalographic (EEG) Brain-Computer Interface...

Brainihack 2015 hackathon roundup

Last week I was in Tel Aviv, Israel, for the BrainTech Conference and Brainihack, a BCI focused hackathon. A weekend long event where about a hundred people from...

BrainTech 2015 Day 2: From opportunity to startup

Following the first day (read my roundup here) that showed the endless possibilities in neurotechnology, Day 2 of BrainTech 2015 was more a combination of startups, opportunities, BrainTech industry, BCI devices,...

Star Wars The Force Trainer II: Hologram Experience hits stores in Fall 2015

In 2009, one of the most innovative Star Wars toys of all-time was launched. The Force Trainer enabled fans of all ages to move and control an object with...

Mind-controlled car racing game at Mobile World Congress 2015

The idea of controlling physical toy cars using your mind might be old(ish) -just remember the amazing Audi Mind Race, a race track installation with eight tiny Audi cars, controlled...

NeuralDrift, a collaborative multiplayer BCI game inspired by the movie Pacific Rim

Completed under 36 hours during WearHacks 2014 in Montreal, NeuralDrift is a collaborative multiplayer neurogame based on brain-computer interfaces. Inspired by the movie Pacific Rim, NeuralDrift lets two players...

The Cybernetic Rift of the Dead

The Cybernetic Rift of the Dead project tends to create a video game for therapeutical usage. We are working with the Oculus Rift dk2, the Leap Motion,...

Wireless brain-computer interface streams thought commands with the speed of an Internet connection

Following more than a decade of engineering work, a wireless brain-computer interface could finally give paralyzed people the ability to control everyday devices like TVs, computers, or wheelchairs...

Monkeys drive wheelchairs via brain-computer interface

Duke University neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis recently presented his latest research on two rhesus monkeys that had electrodes implanted deep in their brains. The electrodes allowed the monkeys to steer...

Your ideal self image cannot stay hidden from Emotiv EPOC

Are you entirely happy with the image you see in the mirror? Wouldn't you change a little bit here or there? We all have physical characteristics that we do...
TemptOne using the Eyewriter

BrainWriter helps graffiti artist suffering from ALS to draw using OpenBCI

In 2003, L.A. street artist TemptOne was diagnosed with ALS. Due to the paralyzing effects of the disease, by 2009 he had no hope of spray painting...

Early OpenBCI researcher hacks a Hexbug and gives advice to other brain-hackers

It comes as no surprise that as a professional engineer, Chip Audette has an affinity for making robots move with his mind. As he puts it, “I...

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