Newsletter November 2012 Volume 38
Products & Projects
g.SCARABEO (pdf-file 524 kB)
Active electrode system for high-density EEG that is super-fast, with no mistakes, and the electrodes remain in the cap.
Towards BCIs in stroke rehabilitation: Initial tests with robotic feedback (pdf-file 155 kB)
A motor imagery based Brain-Computer Interface is presented that is linked to a rehabilitation robot.
New manual: NIRScout Interface for Simulink (pdf-file 750 kB)
Describes how NIRS data can be recorded together with EEG.
- Winner of the Annual BCI Research Award 2012
EIGHT BRAINS CONNECTED: Hyperscanning
The g.tec way of wishing Merry X-Mas: Hyperscanning experiment (pdf-file 263 kB)
New publication: Generic Tool for Online Classification of Physical and Mental Workload (pdf-file 283 kB)
Hintermüller C., Edlinger G. and Guger C.
New book: Towards Practical Brain-Computer Interfaces: Bridging the Gap from Research to Real-World Applications
Edited by: Brendan Allison, Stephen Dunne, Robert Leeb, José Del R. Millán, Anton Nijholt
- g.tec's Annual BCI Research Award 2013 announced
PLoS ONE: Beaming into the Rat World: Enabling Real-Time Interaction between Rat and Human Each at Their Own Scale
Jean-Marie Normand, Maria V. Sanchez-Vives, Christian Waechter, Elias Giannopoulos, Bernhard Grosswindhager, Bernhard Spanlang, Christoph Guger, Gudrun Klinker, Mandayam A. Srinivasan, Mel Slater
Over 130.000 views after the first weekend since pulbication and thus PLoS ONE's most viewed article at the moment!!
BCI Meeting 2013
Workshop submission deadline approaching: November 30, 2012. The 5th International Brain-Computer Interface Meeting will be held in Asilomar, California, on June 3-7, 2013.
g.tec is the Austrian Entrepreneur Of The Year®
The accounting and consulting firm Ernst & Young honored g.tec with the "Entrepreneur of the Year Award".
g.tec gives talks, presents posters, and organizes workshops, tutorials, satellite events and exhibitions around the world.
g.tec's Brain-Computer Interface tour through the US (Lake tour)
Latest research and developments with EEG and ECoG-based systems for control and rehabilitation at 5 universities and research centres around the Great Lakes of the US within two weeks (Nov 9th - 20th -,2012)
g.tec's Brain-Computer Interface tour through Singapore
Latest research and developments with EEG and ECoG-based systems for control and rehabilitation (Nov 28th - 29th -, 2012)
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