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Squareeater - binaural beats and brainwave entrainment for the psychedelic mind. Waves of Relaxation. Gnaural: A Binaural-Beat Audio Generator. Quel futur pour les “mindgames” Par Rémi Sussan le 03/04/08 | 3 commentaires | 6,455 lectures | Impression Les premières interfaces cerveau-machine pour joueurs devraient arriver sur le marché cette année.

Quel futur pour les “mindgames”

On commence à en savoir un peu plus sur les technologies employées par les casques Emotivet Neurosky, que nous avons déjà évoqués dans nos colonnes. Un article de Physorg détaille en effet le fonctionnement de ces nouvelles machines grand public. Elles reposent non pas sur une seule technologie, mais sur plusieurs, toutes assez anciennes. La première d’entre elles est l’EEG (électro-encéphalographie) qui permet de connaitre l’activité électrique des ondes cérébrales de l’utilisateur. Mais ces machines utilisent également l’EMG (électromyogramme) qui examine le mouvement des muscles, l’ECG (électrocardiogramme) qui analyse les battements du coeur et même la RED (Réponse électrodermale) qui mesure les microsudations émises par la peau en cas de stress. InteraXon - Thought-controlled computing - Interaxon. Brain Waves Predict Video Game Aptitude. October 25, 2012 Caption: University of Illinois postdoctoral researcher Kyle Mathewson and his colleagues discovered that they could predict how quickly a person would learn a new video game by looking at the electroencephalogram of the person’s brain at the start of play.

Brain Waves Predict Video Game Aptitude

Good Times brainwave app blocks phone calls when the user is busy, wins 1st prize ($30,000) of AT&T Hackathon. Developed in 24 hours only, ‘Good Times’, a brain-controlled application connects to the Necomimi brainwave cat ears and blocks phone calls when the user is busy at work or a conversation.

Good Times brainwave app blocks phone calls when the user is busy, wins 1st prize ($30,000) of AT&T Hackathon

Developed by Ruggero Scorcioni, the application won the 1st prize ($US 30,000) at Hackathon, hosted by AT&T and Ericsson in conjunction with the AT&T Developer Summit, which usually happens just before the start of the International CES in Las Vegas. Scorcioni was among the hundred developers to get a pair of Necomimi headset for free simply by turning up to the AT&T event. The 41-year-old developer has researched brain wave science as well as written computer programs. After majoring in computer science in Italy, he came to the U.S. and earned PhD from George Mason University in Virginia in neuroscience. Wearable ‘neurocam’ records scenes when it detects user interest. EEG Info - What is Neurofeedback?, Find a Neurofeedback provider, Clinical Training courses, EEG Biofeedback, Newsletter, EEG Institute, Therapeutic Applications.

EEG Games, Hardware, & various items of interest - Neurofeedback Wellness Center. MirandaBrouse_leonardo_bci.pdf. BioExplorer. Sommeil: Des chercheurs réussissent à lire un rêve - News Savoirs: Sciences. Sommeil Une équipe de chercheurs japonais a annoncé avoir réussi à décoder une partie d'un rêve d'un humain.

Sommeil: Des chercheurs réussissent à lire un rêve - News Savoirs: Sciences

Une expérience qu'ils pensent utile pour analyser l'état psychique d'individus, comprendre des maladies psychologiques ou encore commander des machines par la pensée. Image: alexsky0.deviantart.com Signaler une erreur Vous avez vu une erreur? Chronique du futur : commanderons-nous des machines par la pensée ? L'étonnant projet européen Brain Flight étudie une interface permettant de piloter un avion par la pensée.

Chronique du futur : commanderons-nous des machines par la pensée ?

Des essais menés sur un simulateur de vol sont prometteurs, même si la réalisation concrète reste lointaine. © A. Heddergott/TU München Chronique du futur : commanderons-nous des machines par la pensée ? - 3 Photos Lors de la cérémonie d’ouverture de la Coupe du monde de football 2014, le 12 juin dernier à Sao Paulo, le premier coup de pied dans un ballon n’a pas été très remarqué par les caméras des télévisions, plutôt braquées sur les paillettes de Jennifer Lopez et de Claudia Leitte, entourant le rappeur Pitbull. NeuroSky - Brainwave Sensors for Everybody. XWave Visualizer for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store. Omega432™ Neural 'synchrony' may be key to understanding how the human brain perceives. Public release date: 12-Mar-2013 [ Print | E-mail Share ] [ Close Window ] Contact: John Toonjtoon@gatech.edu 404-894-6986Georgia Institute of Technology Despite many remarkable discoveries in the field of neuroscience during the past several decades, researchers have not been able to fully crack the brain's "neural code.

Neural 'synchrony' may be key to understanding how the human brain perceives

" The neural code details how the brain's roughly 100 billion neurons turn raw sensory inputs into information we can use to see, hear and feel things in our environment. In a perspective article published in the journal Nature Neuroscience on Feb. 25, 2013, biomedical engineering professor Garrett Stanley detailed research progress toward "reading and writing the neural code. " PLX XWave - Brainwave to iPhone Interface. <div id="jsenable">This site is best viewed with JavaScript enabled.

PLX XWave - Brainwave to iPhone Interface

</div> OBDII to Android / PC / Linux / Symbian / N9 OBDII to iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch / PC Sensor Module Interface. Electricity and Human Consciousness. Emotiv - Brain Computer Interface Technology. Tan Le: A headset that reads your brainwaves. Brain Wave Sensor Shields You From Phone Calls When Your Mind Is Too Busy. We've had a good time with the Necomimi Cat Ears in the past--we used them to monitor our interest in the last iPhone event--but the Good Times project is a use for them we never expected.

Brain Wave Sensor Shields You From Phone Calls When Your Mind Is Too Busy

The Necomimi Cat Ears, upon which the Good Times project is based, use electroencephalography to monitor brainwave activity. The Cat Ears are a pretty simple cause-and-effect toy: with high levels of brain activity, the ears perk up. With low activity, they droop down. They're fun, but we couldn't see much real practical use for them. Good Times uses essentially a pair of the Necomimis without the ears attached, and uses the brainwave monitoring to trigger a specific response when people try to call you. The Dawn of the Neuro Age: A DIY Revolution. OpenBCI, is a project developing an open-source brain-computer interface (BCI), which completed a successful Kickstarter last January, more than doubling its target goal of $100K.

The Dawn of the Neuro Age: A DIY Revolution

The project opens the door to a renaissance in DIY development of brain computer interface applications. The development of thought controlled devices and applications promises to be a larger development than the smartphone or personal computers before them, and will user in a new age of human achievement, arts, and knowledge. But this is just the beginning, not the end game. Mind-to-mind thought talking possible by 2030, scientist says.

Today we enjoy basic conversations with our smart phone, desktop PC, games console, TV and soon, our car; but voice recognition, many believe, should not be viewed as an endgame technology.

Mind-to-mind thought talking possible by 2030, scientist says

A bioinformatics platform for crowd-sourced brain research. “Alpha Thinkers” are the Transhuman Wave of the Future. Posted: Mon, February 18, 2013 | By: Eric Schulke Alpha thinkers are creatives, innovators, pioneers. They acutely and agilely navigate an abundance of diverse, fallacy aware thinking. The alpha thinker can’t bring themselves to live at the last outpost and not venture further. They cannot resist poking their finger through the realm of sub atomic particles.

They can’t stay on this side of the atmosphere. Thanks to Hans Berger’s early 20th century creation of the Electroencephalography machine (EEG) for measuring electricity in the brain, we can see that the brain contains what we now call the Alpha, Beta, Theta and Delta waves. Studies reported in Scientific America find that, “highly creative people tend to produce more brain waves in the alpha range (a frequency of eight to 12 hertz, or cycles per second) during creative tasks than do less creative people.

Peter Russell - Spirit of Now - Home Page. Health : Breakthrough: sensors that can convert thoughts into speech. A mind reading machine has edged closer to reality after scientists found a way of converting thoughts into words. Researchers were able to render brain signals into speech for the first time, relying on sensors attached to the brain surface. The breakthrough, which is up to 90 percent accurate, will be a boon for paralysed patients who cannot speak and could help read anyone’s thoughts ultimately, reports the Telegraph.

“We were beside ourselves with excitement when it started working,” said Prof Bradley Greger, bioengineer at the Utah University who led the project. “It was just one of the moments when everything came together. “We have been able to decode spoken words using only signals from the brain with a device that has promise for long-term use in paralysed patients who cannot speak. News About Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI), Mind-Controlled Gadgets & Biofeedback.

Brain Computer Interfaces Inch Closer to Mainstream. Cadeau CreativeMuse, a lightweight, wireless headband, can engage with computers, iPads and smartphones. Last week, engineers sniffing around the programming code for Google Glass found hidden examples of ways that people might interact with the wearable computers without having to say a word. Among them, a user could nod to turn the glasses on or off. A single wink might tell the glasses to take a picture. But don’t expect these gestures to be necessary for long. Hacking your BRAIN: Scientists reveal they can find out your PIN number using a cheap scanner.

Technique uses a freely available headset often used to control gamesResearchers used it to watch for numbers a person recognised, which triggered a spike in a certain type of brain activitySay it could be used by police to interrogate suspects By Mark Prigg Published: 11:45 GMT, 27 August 2012 | Updated: 20:01 GMT, 27 August 2012. On the Feasibility of Side-Channel Attacks with Brain-Computer Interfaces. Neurofeedback System. Brain Hacking: Scientists Extract Personal Secrets With Commercial Hardware. Chalk this up to super-creepy: scientists have discovered a way to mind-read personal secrets, such as bank PIN numbers and personal associations, using a cheap headset. Utilizing commercial brain-wave reading devices, often used for hands-free gaming, the researchers discovered that they could identify when subjects recognized familiar objects, faces, or locations, which helped them better guess sensitive information.

Security interrogators could benefit most immediately from the new brain hacking technique, since it would reveal when suspects are actually familiar with the face of a potential accomplice. As for bank information, scientists could guess the first PIN number only 40% of the time. Wearable health and comfort moni-imec. MyndPlay - Mind controlled movies and video training platform.

UnlockProject » Neural Prosthesis Laboratory. The Unlock Project is a multi-university initiative (involving researchers from Boston University, Northeastern University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of Kansas) whose purpose is to provide brain-machine interface (BMI) technology to individuals suffering from locked-in syndrome (LIS), characterized by complete or near-complete loss of voluntary motor function with intact sensation and cognition. LIS is typically the result of brain stem stroke or late stage amyotrophic lateral schlerosis (ALS). Interactive Productline. Scientists construct first map of how the brain organizes everything we see.

Our eyes may be our window to the world, but how do we make sense of the thousands of images that flood our retinas each day? Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have found that the brain is wired to put in order all the categories of objects and actions that we see. They have created the first interactive map of how the brain organizes these groupings. Alex Huth explains the science of how the brain organizes visual categories. (Alex Huth video) First map of how the brain organizes objects and actions we see (video) Biofeedback. Biofeedback is the process of gaining greater awareness of many physiological functions primarily using instruments that provide information on the activity of those same systems, with a goal of being able to manipulate them at will.[1][2] Some of the processes that can be controlled include brainwaves, muscle tone, skin conductance, heart rate and pain perception.[3] Biofeedback may be used to improve health, performance, and the physiological changes that often occur in conjunction with changes to thoughts, emotions, and behavior.

Eventually, these changes may be maintained without the use of extra equipment, even though no equipment is necessarily required to practice biofeedback.[2] Biofeedback has been found to be effective for the treatment of headaches and migraines.[4][5] Definition[edit] BrainPaint: An Evidence-Based EEG Biofeedback System. Neurofeedback. The Monroe Institute. Hemi-Sync. Binaural beats. Binaural beats To experience the binaural beats perception, it is best to listen to this file with headphones on moderate to weak volume – the sound should be easily heard, but not loud.

Note that the sound appears to pulsate. Ancient Man Used “Super-Acoustics” to Alter Consciousness (... and speak with the dead?) Brainwave entrainment. Comparison of neurofeedback software. Comparison of brainwave entrainment software. BrainMaster Technologies - Neurofeedback. Imec and Holst Centre bring brain wave monitoring to your home : Electronics News from ElectronicSpecifier. Welcome to the OpenEEG project. Brain. RESONANCE - BEINGS OF FREQUENCY. Thought Technology Ltd.: Biofeedback, Neurofeedback, Muscle Rehabilitation Equipment & Services. Comparison of consumer brain–computer interfaces.

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