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 waves. The game has great potential for neurofeedback and in treating ADHD. Congratulations on a well-deserved prize!