A Brainterface video game
Brain-Computer Interfaces are systems that allow people to interact with the environment by analyzing brain signals without using nerves and muscles. In this project, subjects will control a video game by analyzing brain signals through an electroencephalographic device: by keeping high their level of attention, they can make a puppet run faster, thus winning a race.
Luigi Bianchi, BraINterface LAB
A1 (pav. 5) -
Università degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata"