The Neurosphere Institute is now exploring some concrete steps to build out the personal infrastructure – jacking in if you will. Here’s a summary from the first baby step, which established an ongoing project and team. Join us or learn more by sending a message.
Thirty people gathered for the first Rocky Mountain BrainHack on Saturday, November 10. The event was marked by:
- Educational presentations on neuroscience, machine learning applied to neuroscience, and the new generation of brain-computer interface technologies.
- Hands-on time with the new generation of brain-computer interface devices.
- Extensive roundtable discussion of mental flow-states, including how to define them and identify associated brainwave patterns.
- Data gathering to fuel further research on the flow-state project
- Business and product roundtable focused on the assistive technology landscape.
- Successful testing of an initial proof-of-concept of using device output for mental commands to move a third-party device. This path has great potential to provide assistive technology solutions to the disabled community. See the video here!