ExoMyo: An OpenBCI-Powered Exoskeleton for the 2024 Cybathlon
Team ExoMyo is developing a full body, robotic body suit for a paralyzed veteran competing in an international cybernetic competition,… Read more »
BACON: Best All-Around Club of Nerds, Medical Technology Subgroup
What We’re Making… Disadvantaged high school students interested in medicine and medical engineering have few opportunities available to them. Unlike… Read more »
Exploring non-conscious cognition with immersive EEG art
This is an update from the OpenBCI Discovery Program. Click here for details on how to apply. For the past… Read more »
Quantifying long-term sleep patterns and their consequences
This is an update from the OpenBCI Discovery Program. Click here for details on how to apply. 1. What are… Read more »
Synthetic Telepathy with Subvocal Recognition | NeuroTechSC
This is an update from the OpenBCI Discovery Program. Click here for details on how to apply. NeuroTechSC is developing… Read more »
Development and testing of a multimodal neuroimaging protocol
The fNIRS group at the University of Calgary is developing a simultaneous multimodal imaging protocol which will enable the integration of neuroelectric (EEG), hemodynamic (fNIRS) and cardiovascular (ECG) metrics.
Texas Engineering World Health: Low-cost Wearable Seizure Prediction Alarm with Cyton and Ultracortex Mark IV
Texas Engineering World Health seeks to design and implement a low-cost seizure prediction device that can be easily accessible for epileptic patients throughout the world.