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BCI – Brain Computer Interfaces

Mind control drones

June 12, 2015 0 Comments
Mind control drones

Take a look at this video on drones being controlled by just a person’s thoughts. I particularly like the reference to ‘the funny looking hat’… maybe for a news report she should have done her research a bit better!…

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Cybathlon 2016 – Sponsored by Brain Products

July 28, 2014 0 Comments
Cybathlon 2016 – Sponsored by Brain Products

What was once just futuristic movies for our minds to expand out of the confines of reality and fragility of our own bodies. Cybathlon 2016 makes the next step… We’ve all seen the smash hit film Avatar, well we’re not quite there yet but we are certainly on the right path. Innovations are rapidly being […]

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Brain Products introduces the actiCAP Xpress

May 9, 2014 0 Comments
Brain Products introduces the actiCAP Xpress

Brain Products introduces the actiCAP Xpress, a dry electrode BCI system with an innovative and unique design. Curved sensors of variable lengths ensure high comfort and connect to the EEG cap even when the subject is wearing it. A versatile solution for virtually any BCI application. Available in a bundle which includes the V-Amp 16 Channel […]

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BCI – Brain Computer Interfaces

May 6, 2014 0 Comments
BCI – Brain Computer Interfaces

Brain computer interface (BCI) is a mind-machine interface that establishes a straight communication pathway between the human brain and a machine. A BCI allows control of external devices with regulation of brain activity and helps gain information about the cognitive state. In the 1970s, the University of California started research on BCI with funding from […]

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The Brief History of Brain Computer Interfaces

April 30, 2014 0 Comments
The Brief History of Brain Computer Interfaces

A brain computer interface, also known as mind-machine interface, is a direct communication interface between an external device and the brain, bypassing the need for an embodiment. The signal directly goes from the brain to the computer, rather than going from the brain through the neuromuscular system to the finger on a mouse. Brain interface […]

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