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Author Archives: Gena Meldazy
Navigate a spaceship, building a robotic arm with household items (at age 14), and top trends in digital health – this weeks News Roundup!
Tweet There was a lot of amazing news from the BCI community, as well as from the digital and brain health space, as February kicked off. This week in our news roundup; researchers are finding new ways to allow pairs … Continue reading
Revolutionizing Prosthetics, research from the TOBI program, and virtual reality gaming- this weeks News Roundup!
Tweet This week in our news roundup: the John Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory explain the engineering behind the Revolutionizing Prosthetics program; research from the TOBI research initiative could help with patient rehabilitation; combining traditional gaming controls with brain computer interfacing … Continue reading
EEG to help prevent strokes; petting a cat and the prefrontal cortex; beatboxing – this weeks News Roundup!
TweetThis week in our news roundup: the Discovery Channel highlights how the UPMC Rehabilitation Institute is using single unit recording to achieve greater accuracy and control with brain computer interfaces; an EEG headset to help prevent strokes has been developed … Continue reading
“Everyone ‘performs emotion’ differently”: InteraXon interviews neurophysiologist Vaughan Macefield about Bicameral Music
TweetIn the second of this 2-part interview commentary on the research project Bicameral Music, Vaughan Macefield talks with InteraXon about his interest in performance, dance, and studying the nervous system. In October 2012, Erin Gee announced a collaboration with neurophysiologist … Continue reading
“I wanted to translate the emotional body through robotics and music”: InteraXon interviews researcher Erin Gee about Bicameral Music
Tweet In October 2012, Erin Gee announced a collaboration with neurophysiologist Vaughan Macefield (Australia) and roboticist Dr. Damith Herath (MARCS Institute) called ‘Bicameral Music’. Bicameral Music is a performance that Gee describes as combining robotics, technology and raw emotion. The … Continue reading
Brain mapping, online, and interactive; brainwaves translated into music, translated into podcasts; and more in this weeks News Roundup!
TweetWhile we were in Las Vegas debuting Muse to the world, some amazing things were happening in the world of BCI Like this : research at the School of Medicine at Tsinghua University shows that it will one day be feasible … Continue reading
TweetWe’re writing this early in the morning from a tiny hotel room, on the Las Vegas strip, on the last day on CES 2013. This week we debuted Muse at CES, along with previews of our suite of brain training … Continue reading
TweetOur news roundup is usually a quick recap of industry highlights from the past week, but to celebrate the new year we’re doing something a bit different. 2012 was certainly active for the BCI community, and there was a lot … Continue reading
TweetWe’re just writing to say ‘thank you’ Since we launched our crowdfunding campaign for Muse, our brain sensing headband, InteraXon has received pledges and support from all over the world. We wanted to build a brain-sensing headband that could be … Continue reading
A growing need for bionic limbs, and affordable access for MEG brain research tools: this weeks News Roundup!
Tweet They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas; but we hope that isn’t the case when Muse meets the Vegas lights in January. Right now we have our heads down with intense preparation for what will be the … Continue reading