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Playing the game of Labyrinth using your brain

One group’s project is bringing a much more literal meaning to the term ‘mind game.’

First launched in 1946, Labyrinth is a skill game consisting of a box with a maze, holes, and a steel marble. 536 more words

Makers Movement


bold integration of dance and real-time interactive brain computer technology with the world premiere of MindFluctuations, a stunning performance of dance, 3D virtual artworks and live music on March 19, 2015 at 8:00 pm at GW’s Lisner Auditorium. 34 more words


[ARTICLE] Brain-computer interface boosts motor imagery practice during stroke recovery


Objective: Motor imagery (MI) is assumed to enhance poststroke motor recovery; yet, its benefits are debatable. Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) can provide instantaneous and quantitative measure of cerebral functions modulated by MI. 238 more words

Upper Limb

Mind-controlled drones promise a future of hands-free flying

There have been tentative steps into thought-controlled drones in the past, but Tekever and a team of European researchers just kicked things up a notch. They’ve successfully tested Brainflight, a project that uses your mental activity (detected through a cap) to pilot an unmanned aircraft. 172 more words

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