g.tec introduces free online webinars about wireless EEG recording with the g.NAUTILUS system.
Find information under http://www.gtec.at/News-Events/Webinars…
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g.tec's wireless EEG system with active electrodes.
It sets a new standard of usability.
Also available with active dry electrodes.
The tiny and lightweight device is attached to the EEG cap to avoid cable movements and to allow completely free movements. In combination with g.tec’s active electrode technology, you will get top quality EEG recordings from 32/16/8 channels within few minutes. Just put on the cap, add a bit of gel in each electrode, and start your recording. A…
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Available as a 2-, 3- and 8-channel vibrotactile P300 based BCI control
However, P300 BCIs based on visual stimuli do not work with patients who lost their vision. Auditory paradigms can also be implemented using a frequent stimulus with a certain frequency and an…Continue
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Brain’s electrical activity may provide the only direct path to a patient’s mental state assessment.
Over 40% of patients diagnosed as vegetative
are reclassified as (at least) minimally conscious
when assessed by expert teams.
The mindBEAGLE®system consists of a portable medical grade biosignal amplifier, an EEG cap with active electrodes,
a standard laptop computer with the mindBEAGLE® software, in-ear phones for auditory stimulation and
Samsung is researching how to bring mind control to its mobile devices
with the hope of developing ways for people with mobility impairments to connect
to the world. Therefore they use g.tec's active dry electrode system g.SAHARA.
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Hyperscanning BCI - A P300 based communication tool for several
users to cooperatively and simultaneously spell.
Many futurists believe that people in the distant future will use
advanced technology to work together more directly, something
like a “hive mind”. People could use technology to help them
not just work together but also think together, accomplishing
goals more quickly and effectively. That future may not be so distant.…
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When art overcomes disabilities...
g.tec integrates a landmark painting application into intendix® personal Brain-Computer Interface.
Before children start to write, they first learn to draw. Drawing is one of the oldest techniques humans have been using to communicate and visualize ideas, knowledge and emotions. There are cave paintings made 40,000 years ago, and people still use painting to express things that cannot be communicated through…Continue
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The new cortiQ system version 1.0 is now available. www.cortiq.eu
CortiQ is a system for rapid functional mapping of the cortex using the electrocorticogram (ECoG).
It was developed to:
#optimize surgical procedures
#minimize the burdon for the patient
#reduce risk for patients
#reduce hostpial time and costs
We are happy to announce version 1.0!…
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We are proud to announce the winner for the annual BCI Award 2013!
....the winner is: M. C. Dadarlat, J. E. O’Doherty, P. N. Sabes:
Read more: www.bci-award.com
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Visit us at the g.tec workshops at the BCI Meeting 2013 in Asilomar!
We are looking forward to meet you there!
The meeting will be held at Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove, California from June 3rd - 7th, 2013.
"The meeting will be organized, as before, with presentations, workshops, poster sessions, and BCI demonstrations, along with…Continue
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We are proud to announce the 10 nominated projects for the BCI Award 2013!
This year, 169 top-level research projects were submitted from all over the world!
The jury, chaired by Theresa Vaughan, carefully scores 10 nominated projects, and then selects the winner for the Annual BCI Research Award 2013.
Have a look: http://www.bci-award.com/…Continue
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You can see the abstract here:
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Call for Papers:
Submission deadline: May 1,2013
Submission guidlines: http://www.mitpressjournals.org/page/sub/pres
Please send documents in .pdf form to
email@example.com. Email attachments are
preferred. Include contact information for the…
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g.tec developed a system for rapid functional mapping of the cortex using the electrocorticogram (ECoG).
The system generates a personalized functional map of the cerebral cortex and can be operated
at the patient's bedside. It easily integrates with your existing clinical monitoring system and
uses a brain-mapping system that works in real-time.
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BCI Award deadline extension: New submission deadline is April 13, 2013
Submit a 2 page description of your work NOW.
Read more: www.bci-award.com
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The submission deadline for the BCI Award 2013 comes closer - it is March, 30th 2013! Submit your 2 page description now and win the prize!
The International Annual BCI Award, endowed with 3,000 USD, is one of the top accolades in BCI research. The Award was created to recognize outstanding and innovative research in the field of Brain-Computer Interfaces. The Award is open to any brain-computer interface research worldwide and an international jury of top BCI researchers…Continue
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Euronews shows new developments from g.tec, especially technology developed within the European research project BrainAble.
Check it ou!
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g.tec performed initial tests with robotic feedback. A motor imagery based Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is presented that is linked to a rehebilitation robot.
The BCI system is used to measure the activation of the sensorimotor cortex to control external supporting robotic devices such as exoskeletons or orthotic devices. The robotic device has the purpose to move the limbs of the patient and this activates again the sensorimotor cortex. The activation can be seen as ERD/ERS changes…Continue
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A tactile P300 communication tool was developed and tested on a group of twelve healthy users.
Read more: http://www.gtec.at/Download#n163
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Send your 2-page description to firstname.lastname@example.org !!!
The 2013 jury is:
-Theresa Vaughan (chair of the jury 2013),
-Surjo Soekadar (winner 2012)
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