Make your own thought-controlled exoskeleton!

By | December 12, 2013
Interesting concept – developing an open-source Brain-to-Machine interface that lets you turn an Arduino into your very own EEG interface. That opens up a whole new world of possibilities – and a whole lot of fun for schoolkids who get their hands on one of these!

OpenBCI opens up low-cost brain-wave-controlled experimentation to everyone | KurzweilAI
OpenBCI Board (credit: OpenBCI) New York EEG researchers and Parsons instructors Joel Murphy & Conor Russomanno just launched a Kickstarter called

4 thoughts on “Make your own thought-controlled exoskeleton!

  1. Sophie Wrobel

    +Singularity Utopia doubtlessly, AI is going to be interesting to watch. I'm waiting to see when AI reaches consciousness.

    Brain-Machine Interfaces make for some fun gadgets and amusement in the meantime for the rest of us!

  2. Singularity Utopia

    Interesting. Greater awareness of our brains is good and this project could produce some amazing interfaces. You never know how these things will progress thus it could change things a lot, perhaps it will be used with all smartphones in the not too distant future, or maybe it will just be a bit of fun. I think AI is a more important focus.


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