Saturday, May 20, 2017

Typing-by-Brain Facebook Project

First it was Elon Musk, now Facebook. Suddenly, all the big Silicon Valley players want to get into brain tech (IEEE Spectrum). Mark Zuckerberg added his perspective on the news in a post soon after the announcement, presenting the brain-typing project as a natural evolution of Facebook’s mission to help people share their interior worlds. If they like sharing comments, photos, and videos, why not directly share their thoughts too?


In my opinion, we must invest in this BCI solution for several years to achieve a fluid and natural writing resorting solely to the identification of brain electrical impulses through non-invasive equipment. 

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Thursday, May 18, 2017

EEG Ranking Companies

The list below ranks each hardware company according to the number of publications they are associated with (Google Scholar). While not exhaustive, and certainly subject to change, the following represents at least a bird’s-eye view of the top EEG hardware companies currently out there. Each company offers different hardware, and choosing the best will often depend on your research goals.

Top 14 (Company/Publications)
  1. NeuroScan (12300)
  2. Brain Products (6690)
  3. BioSemi (5750)
  4. EGI (5000)
  5. Emotiv (3990)
  6. NeuroSky (2290)
  7. Advanced Brain Monitoring (790)
  8. ANT Neuro (340)
  9. Neuroelectrics (317)
  10. Muse (207)
  11. OpenBCI (201)
  12. Cognionics (128)
  13. g tec (128)
  14. mBrainTrain (28)

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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Atlas Brain

The sectional Brain Atlas focuses on the anatomical structures while both the schematic and slice view are used to represent the area of interest. Any region of interest is also accessible with a search function either by name or abbreviation:
  • High detailed anatomic coronal atlas of the human brain;
  • Highlighted anatomical structures;
  • Integrated nomenclature.


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Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Glass Brain - 3D Brain Activity Visualization based on EEG

Glass Brain is a project by Gazzaley Lab and Neuroscape Lab at the University of California, San Francisco and the Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience at the University of California, San Diego that’s a 3D visualization of a brain with real-time brain activity pulled in via an electroencephalography (EEG) cap that can be navigated using a gamepad. This is made possible thanks to BCILAB brain-computer interface technology and the Unity game engine.


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Thursday, May 04, 2017

New EEG on-line Analyser

A new open source, free software is available using this simple brainwave analysis that can import CSV data files in 3 formats:
  • OpenVibe
  • Mindwave Reader 512 verion 2.0
  • Mindwave Reader 512 version 1.0
To use the Brainwave Analyzer you’ll need a NeuroSky MindWave Headset (not Mindwave Mobile) which works with Windows 7, XP, and Vista.


The complete instructions can be found at http://brainwaves.io/wp/brainwave-analyzer-help/10

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Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Reset Stress Reduction Pods - A solution for Stress Reduction

RESET is a mobile, modular structure designed to include up to six different scientifically proven stress reduction methods. From intimacy to sound therapy, each unit provides a unique experience in playful or interactive way. Shape, materiality, color and light are parameters that can change per unit.

  

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