Newsletter February 2013 Volume 39
Products & Projects
A system for rapid functional mapping of the cortex using the electrocorticogram (ECoG).
intendiX® SPELLER now includes an alternative matrix board in which celebrities' faces flash instead of simply highlighting icons in the matrix.
If you have any inquiries during setup and usage of g.tec hardware and software, g.Diagnosis helps to check versions.
The Annual BCI Research Award 2013
Submission deadline approaching: March 30, 2013. The award honors outstanding and innovative research in the field of Brain-Computer Interfaces. Head of the jury: Theresa Vaughan.
g.HIamp is FDA cleared
We are happy to report that our new 256 channel amplifier g.HIamp is now FDA 510(k) cleared and CE approved. Enjoy watching our new video about g.HIamp.
New publication: How many people could use an SSVEP BCI?
Guger C, Allison BZ, Großwindhager B, Prückl R, Hintermüller C, Kapeller C, Bruckner M, Krausz G and Edlinger G (2012) How many people could use an SSVEP BCI? Front. Neurosci. 6 :169. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2012.00169
New video: A machine that can read your mind
Euronews shows new developments from g.tec, especially technology developed within the European research project BrainAble.
New article: Auf der richtigen Gehirnwelle
The Austrian newspaper Der Standard reported g.tec's latest developments and research activities.
The workshop will be held at the Asilomar Conference Center near Monterey, California, from June 2-3, 2013, immediately prior to the 5th International BCI Meeting.
- g.tec congratulates Prof. Ir. Dr. Sheikh Hussain Shaikh Bin Salleh for earning the BIS awards 2012 in double gold and silver for the applications "based HMI Facial Gestures EMG" and "Smart ABR system." Read some information about his work here:
g.tec is giving talks, presents posters, organizes workshops, tutorials, satellite events and exhibitions around the world.
g.tec at CeBIT 2013
Contact us for a free entrance card for CeBIT, where we present our newest developments (Mar 5th - 9th -, 2013).
g.tec's Brain-Computer Interface tour through France
Latest research and developments with EEG and ECoG-based systems for control and rehabilitation (Mar 5th - 8th -, 2013).
g.tec's Brain-Computer Interface tour through BeNeLux
Latest research and developments with EEG and ECoG-based systems for control and rehabilitation (May 13th - 15th -, 2013).
g.tec's Brain-Computer Interface tour through Germany and Scandinavia
Latest research and developments with EEG and ECoG-based systems for control and rehabilitation (Jun 18th - 21th -, 2013).
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