Highlights of NeuroGaming 2013

May 9, 2013

Mindo headsets at NeuroGaming 2013 (credit: Mindo)

Neuro Gadget has compiled a summary of the recent NeuroGaming 2013 Conference, featuring applications of brain-computer-interface devices, for example. such as making a toy helicopter fly, composing a brain-wave inspired piece of music, and training attention.

The event also included games and software for biofeedback training, physical and psychological rehabilitation (for example, a noninvasive device that enables the wearer to open and close their hand using only EEG signals), and a device that allows paraplegics to walk using a highly intuitive EEG interface.