Hyperbrain demonstration at BCI Asilomar
Intheon gave several presentations at the 7th International BCI Meeting, held in Asilomar, California, on May 21-25. In one of these, "From N=1 to N=Everyone: Scalable Technologies for Multi-Brain Computer Interfacing", Tim Mullen gave a live demonstration of a "hyperbrain": real-time computation of neural synchrony across groups of individuals, all done with mobile devices and NeuroScale.
This particular demonstration included individuals in San Diego and in Monterrey (including in the audience), each with only a wearable EEG sensor and a mobile phone through which to stream their EEG data to our cloud signal processing platform (Neuroscale). The resulting real-time connectogram, showing which members of the group share similar patterns in their brain activity at any given time, could then be viewed on a mobile device web browser. End-to-end mobility!
Tags: NeuroScale, BCI, BCISociety, hyperbrain