Brain-Computer Interface Workshop

Polytechnic Institute of New York University

Lecture and demonstration of the use of an electroencephalography cap for training a computer interface to respond to brainwaves using biosignal analysis.  I got to put electrode goo in my hair and test out both a P300-spelling program that used neural responses to identify letters and a motor imagery task in which I attempted to control the direction of a line on the computer screen.

You can read the flyer here.

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