Brain Products Press Release

New R&D projects in 2015 – BCI, Sleep and EEG-fMRI

Following the innovative projects funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in previous years. Brain Products was successful in gaining funding for three new projects related to Brain-Computer-Interfaces (BCI), Sleep and EEG-fMRI starting in 2015.

2022-08-25T18:28:23+02:00October 6th, 2015|Categories: 2015, Brain Products Cooperations, Issue 3/2015|Tags: , , , |

BCI-controlled “drone-tennis” demonstrated by Team PhyPA (German Television @ TV total)

“And now: A world premier…” was the announcement made by Stefan Raab, the host of the German late night show “TV total”, as members of Team PhyPA, our group of Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) research from the Department of Biological Psychology and Neuroergonomics at Berlin Institute of Technology, entered the stage.

  • Non-invasive brain-machine interfaces to powered exoskeletons for restoration of walking

Non-invasive brain-machine interfaces to powered exoskeletons for restoration of walking

This article reviews research at the University of Houston on the design of non-invasive and reliable brain-machine interface (BMI) systems for the control of powered exoskeletons for restoration and rehabilitation of gait in persons with paraplegia and other forms of paralysis.

2022-03-08T18:05:59+01:00December 19th, 2014|Categories: 2014, Conferences & Events, Issue 4/2014, User Research|Tags: , , , , |

6th International Brain-Computer Interface Conference, Graz University of Technology

The 6th Int. BCI Conference took place from September 16 – 19, 2014 (Graz University of Technology, Austria). This year’s conference theme was “The Future of Brain-Computer Interaction: Basics, Shortcomings, Users”. About 200 researchers from 35 nations participated; Brain Products sponsored Best Talk and Best Poster Awards.

2022-10-10T12:09:44+02:00December 19th, 2014|Categories: 2014, Conferences & Events, Issue 4/2014|Tags: , |

The first meeting of the Community for Passive BCI research

Passive Brain-Computer Interfaces provide a fascinating technology that can be applied to significantly improve Human-Computer Interaction. The young community of this research field held its first meeting in July this year, providing a fascinating, promising perspective on the potential of this technology.

2022-03-11T13:17:09+01:00October 9th, 2014|Categories: 2014, Conferences & Events, Issue 3/2014|Tags: |
  • Cybathlon BCI Race 2016

Brain Products sponsors teams entering the BCI Race at Cybathlon 2016

Cybathlon 2016 is a championship dedicated to racing pilots with disabilities using advanced assistive devices in various competitions. Being one of the sponsors of the event, Brain Products will support 5 teams entering the “BCI Race” as part of the Cybathlon by providing hard- and software equipment as well as comprehensive technical expertise at no charge. As an added bonus, the highest ranked team sponsored by Brain Products will be awarded with the full set of equipment that has been made available to the team.

2022-03-11T14:08:51+01:00July 10th, 2014|Categories: 2014, Conferences & Events, Issue 2/2014|Tags: , , , |

Paralyzed man in mind-controlled exoskeleton kicks off FIFA World Cup 2014

On June 12, 2014, Juliano Pinto wore a robotic suit that allowed him to symbolically kick off the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. We at Brain Products are proud to have contributed to this magic moment as Juliano stepped out onto the field, wearing the actiCAP and mind-controlling the heavy exoskeleton.

2022-03-11T14:22:31+01:00July 10th, 2014|Categories: 2014, Conferences & Events, Issue 2/2014|Tags: , , |

Comparison of sensor selection mechanisms

Currently there is a tendency to more and more use EEG not only for clinical analysis but also for Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) for disabled people, for gaming, or for supervision, e.g, during driving. Here, it is important to know how many sensors are needed, and how they should be placed. This enables an easy setup of the electrode cap with reduced resources, while at the same time maintaining the system’s performance. The summarized article deals with this topic and introduces and compares several methods to choose relevant electrodes (sensors).

2022-03-14T00:35:46+01:00April 7th, 2014|Categories: 2014, Issue 1/2014, User Research|Tags: , , , , , |
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