Brain-Computer Interfaces - Open Source code that can help heal people!

Saturday, Nov 21st
4:00pm to 4:40pm
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Did you know that open source software can actually help heal people?

The latest breakthrough in neuroscience is microprocessors and computer programming. Learn how Brain-Computer Interfaces are now open source, and anyone can make an impact in healthcare, potentially affecting many people's lives.

The OpenBCI community is made up of researchers, engineers, artists, scientists, designers, makers, and more. This interdisciplinary group works together to share knowledge, write code, and help the human race finally understand the mysteries of the brain.

Get a chance to see the open source brain computer interface in a live demonstration, share ideas about how this can gather and discover information that can be used in medical trials. And join in on the collaborative work to harness the power of the open source movement to accelerate ethical innovation of human-computer interface technologies.

No previous healthcare or coding skills needed to join us.

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