- IEEE SMC
- | August 6, 2019 11:48am
BR41N.IO is a brainstorming and collaborative marathon taking place at IEEE SMC 2019 designed to be a learning experience for developers, technologists, engineers, students, artists, and scientists who cram and build brain-computer interface (BCI) applications together in teams.
- Tiago Falk from MuSAE Lab in Canada joins the IEEE SMC 2019 in Bari as judge for the BR41N.IO Hackathon.
- We’re happy to have Tim Mullen again as jury member for the BR41N.IO Hackathon at IEEE SMC 2019 in Bari.
- Michael Smith from University of California, Berkeley and former president of IEEE SMC will join the BR41N.IO Hackathon as judge.
- Jose M. Azorin is quite an expert when it comes to hackathons. He also runs the BMI lab at University of Elche in Spain. He will join the BR41N.IO Hackathon as jury member.
- Maria Pia Fanti is professor of system and control engineering at Polytechnico di Bari, Italy. It’s her first time as a judge at the BR41N.IO hackathon.
- Create a smart home application with the Unicorn Brain Interface to control electronic devices such as lamps, radios or television.
- The Unicorn Brain Interface offers the Unicorn Speller application that allows you to control a robotic ball called Sphero.
- Create images according to your brain activity that you measure with the Unicorn Brain Interface.
- Use fNIRS (functional near-infrared spectroscopy) and EEG simultaneously to control BCI applications.
- Create your own Unity game that can be controlled with a brain-computer interface.
- The Unicorn Brain Interface allows you to fly a drone with your thoughts only.
- Create a painting while you’re asleep with the Unicorn Brain Interface.
- Create a Unity based game that can be used for rehabilitation purposes.
- How do you like your Gin Tonic: Hendrick's, Botanist or Edinburgh Gin? Rosemary, cucumber, lime or pepper? Think of a Gin Tonic cocktail and have a robot mix and pour it over ice for you. Cheers!
- Stimulate the brain with tDCS to increase or mental performance and measure brain activity with EEG at the same time with the Unicorn Hybrid Black environment.
- It is possible to control a 3D printed orthosis using a Unicorn Brain Interface with motor imagery. It is possible to move an orthosis by thinking about left or right hand motion.
- Expand the Unicorn Brain Interface with your own 3D printed parts. Let them move, light, hold things or simply look nice.