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LabVIEW OpenBCI Toolkit Made Available by MuSAE Lab

MuSAE Lab member Raymundo Cassani has made available a LabVIEW OpenBCI Toolkit to the research community. The OpenBCI (http://openbci.com/) Board V3 is a versatile and affordable analog-to-digital converter that can be used to sample electrical brain activity (EEG), muscle activity (EMG), heart rate (ECG), and more. It is compatible with any type of electrode and Continue Reading

Gesture-Based Control of a LEGO EV3 Robot

MuSAE Lab member Liviu Ivanescu has prepared a video showing how to control a LEGO Mindstorm EV3 robot using a Microsoft Kinect. The custom Matlab code has been made available under a Mathworks BSD free license here

Most Creative Prize at WearHacks

MuSAE Lab Members Raymundo Cassani and Hubert Banville, together with Team NeuralDrift, win the Most Creative Project Prize at WearHacks MTL’14 – the first wearables hackathon. The project was a collaborative multiplayer game based on brain-computer interfaces (BCI), in which teams of two players race (using programmable robots) against each other by syncing their brain Continue Reading

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