"Real-Time Detection of Human Drowsiness using portable Brain-Computer Interfaces"

Shared by OpenBCI

Full paper here: https://goo.gl/0RcBmE 

 

 

 

 

"Dreem" Headband analyses EEG during sleep and induces sounds/vibration on head at specific time points to activate slow waves and improve sleep

 

@infobook tweet FR, tweet EN

 

https://twitter.com/dreemrythm/status/842698136355307521

https://twitter.com/dreemrythm/status/841947626597715970

 

 

 

 

Launch of the Brain-Computer Interface Association CORTICO in France on 2017-01-24

Event at the ICM

 

 

 

Link (Program included)

 

Keynotes

1. Theresa Vaughan, National Center for Adaptive Neurotechnologies, NYSDH, Albany, NY, USA, «BCI Research at the NCAN : Soup to Nuts»

 

NCAN neurotechcenter.org as mentioned on LinkedIn is "the only neurotechnology center in the country (US) funded by NIH, and is the only center of its kind that works with patients.'

 

(relevant facebook post on NCAN)

 

2. Nick Ramsey, University Medical Center, Utrecht (NL), President of the BCI Society, «Paralyzed ALS-patient operates speech-computer with her mind»

 

 

 

 

 

 

Participation of two INRIA teams (INRIA link)

 

Aramis, Inria, Paris (Fabrizio de Vico Fallani)

Athena, Inria, Sophia Antipolis (Maureen Clerc)

 

 

 

@infobook EN tweet, FR tweet 

@infobook tweet (on NCAN)

facebook post

 

 

2nd French (National) Neurofeedback Workshop on 2017-01-25

Event at ESPCI Paris

 

 

 

EN: https://www.espci.fr/en/news/2017/neurofeedback-day

FR: https://www.espci.fr/fr/actualites/1-2017/journee-du-neurofeedback

 

@caimadja tweet1, tweet2

@infobook EN tweet, FR tweet

 

 

 

 

What is required to capture your brain waves on your computer (also heart and muscle activity)

 

EEG (electroencephalogram) and also ECG (electrocardiogram) and EMG (electromyogram)

 
Required from OpenBCI:
1. Ganglion board $199.99
2. Gold Cup electrodes $29.99
3. Ten20 Paste $19.99
 
 
From the forum section:
 
"By the time the Ganglion is shipping, there will be a tutorial on the OpenBCI 'docs' site, detailing all the steps needed to get started hooking up the Ganglion and running the GUI software. Many of the steps are similar to what is already documented for the 8 or 16 channel kits. See http://docs.openbci.com/tutorials/01-GettingStarted"

 

@infobook tweet

 

Ganglion and Python link

 

 

2017-01-09 | Experimental Conference: Brain-Machine Interfaces, Myth and Reality

 

François VIALATTE, Associate Professor
Laboratoire Plasticité du Cerveau, ESPCI ParisTech
Espace des sciences Pierre-Gilles de Gennes​, ESPCI Paris