Steven Laureys is a Belgian neurologist recognized worldwide in the field of neurology of consciousness. His research is dedicated to neurological disability and neuronal plasticity in patients who suffer from brain damage. Steven is a testing partner within the ComaWare project, and uses the mindBEAGLE system for assessment and communication of patients with disorders of consciousness (DOC). Brendan Allison, our Senior Researcher, had a little chat with Steven and asked him about his work. Read more
Anouk Wipprecht is a Hi-Tech Fashion Designer from the Netherlands. She combines fashion and technology with engineering, science and interaction/user experience design. Her work is quite unusual and unique: she creates technological couture that moves, breathes and reacts to the environment around the human body. Read more
The 6th International BCI Meeting “BCI Past, Present, and Future”, is scheduled for May 30th – June 3rd, 2016 at the Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove, California, USA. Read more
Andy Weir is a friend of Brendan Allison, our Senior Scientist at g.tec – a great novelist and the author of “The Martian”, the hit movie directed by Ridley Scott in 2015. This sci-fi story is about a manned mission to Mars featuring Matt Damon, the NASA astronaut Mark Watney. This story shows the fascinating fight against the life-threatening circumstances by a man who is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew on Mars.
We had the chance to talk to Andy Weir about “The Martian” and we also made him a special gift… Read more
Prof. Dr. Hiroshi Ishiguro is the director of the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory, part of the Department of Systems Innovation in the Graduate School of Engineering Science at Osaka University (JP). His research has contributed to investigation of human like robots and the interaction with humans. For his recent projects, he has been using g.Nautilus, the wireless EEG cap from g.tec, to control his robots. We had the chance to chat with Dr. Ishiguro about his work and his use of g.Nautilus.
We just had a blast photoshooting for our new product catalogue. The process of editing, redesigning and renewing our product catalogue has started.
The wireless EEG system with active electrodes
g.Nautilus is g.tec’s new wireless biosignal acquisition system. Its design is completely different from all other devices and it sets a new standard of usability. The tiny and lightweight device is attached to the EEG cap to avoid cable movements and to allow completely free movements. Read more
This year’s International Annual BCI Award donated by g.tec was presented during the 45th SfN (Society for Neuroscience) conference in Chicago, Illinois – the biggest annual meeting for neuroscientists. The ceremony took place at the famous Cuvée in Chicago where BCI specialists and researchers came together to celebrate the winners of 2015. From more than 60 top-level research projects a Jury of 7 people including the winner from 2014 scored 10 nominated projects.
The Winners 2015
The BCI Award 2015 winner is… Read more
Are you able to communicate with your outerworld? Imagine being able to think, hear, and feel – but not move or communicate!
Over 40% of patients diagnosed as vegetative are reclassified as (at least) minimally conscious when assessed by expert teams. The mindBEAGLE® system uses BCI (Brain-Computer Interface) technology for quick and easy assessment of patients with DOC (disorders of consciousness). Read more