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    Post news about your project. Pose a question to the community. Learn from your peers about topics that are of interest to Share with us how you are using the EPOC?Pose a question to the community.1500 characters or less.
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  • Buddhist Geeks Conference 10/16-19, 2014
    Buddhist Geeks is holding its 4th annual conference in Boulder, CO on October 16th-19th to the convergence of Buddhism, technology, and global culture. The conference is made up of informative keynote presentations, idea packed TED-style talks, self-organizing participant dialogues, and contemplative workshops & practice periods. This year’s list of presenters includes mindful cyborg Chris Dancy (aka “the world’s most connected human”), abbot of the Village Zendo in New York City, Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara, and Tibetan and scientific translator B. Alan Wallace, as well as many others.

    For more information, and to register, visit:
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  • Volunteer for a Project with Nat Geo and University of Utah June 21st
    We are recruiting volunteers for a fascinating study exploring the influence of nature imagery on brain activity and emotion with electroencephalography EEG. This project is sponsored by National Geographic Society and the University of Utah.

    If you're interested and available to come to Sausalito, CA on Saturday June 21st, please fill out this pre-survey:

    We will be contacting qualified participants shortly.

    Food and refreshment will be provided.

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  • DMSP Brain Drain
    A fascinatingly elaborate setup to showcase people’s EEG responses to different sounds using Emotiv EPOC headset. Great work by students at University of Edinburgh.
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  • MMP Project at the University of Edinburgh
    Mobility, Mood and Place is a research project that explores how places can be designed collaboratively to make pedestrian mobility easy, enjoyable and meaningful for older people. It builds on evidence that how we experience environments influences our mood and, in turn, our willingness to be active. Please check out their website for details and follow them on Twitter @MMPresearch!
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  • NeuroGaming Hackathon May 3-4
    NeuroGaming Hackathon is coming up very quickly, and we're looking forward to seeing many of you brainstorming, designing, and building awesome applications using Emotiv technology!

    Registration is well underway and if you haven't done so already please sign up soon. You'll get to meet representatives from Emotiv, Melon, NeuroSky, OpenBCI, LeapMotion and Unity. Check out the agenda and fabulous prizes! You can bring your projects from our Design-a-thon or start something brand new!

    Please list your project on our wiki page so that we can give you additional support and guidance in advance. This will also allow you to begin recruiting team members, collaborating on ideas, and getting familiarized with the Emotiv SDK.

    We hope to see you there!

    The Emotiv Team
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  • 3rd USA Science & Engineering Festival, 4/24-27, Washington D.C.
    Emotiv is proud to be an Official Partner of the 3rd USA Science & Engineering Festival, to be held April 24-27, 2014 in Washington, D.C.

    What is the universe made of? Why did dinosaurs go extinct? What do magic tricks and hip-hop have to with math? What will be the next medical breakthrough? What does baseball have to do with physics? Find out at the 3rd USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo where over 250,000 K-12 students and parents, over 5,000 teachers and over 3,000 STEM professionals will experience the largest celebration of STEM!

    Participants include more than 1,000 of the World's leading professional scientific and engineering societies, universities, government agencies, high tech corporations and STEM outreach and community organizations.

    The two-day Expo is perfect for teens, children and their families, and anyone with a curious mind who is looking for a weekend of fun and discovery. Meet science celebrities like Mike Rowe, host of the Discovery Channel’s Dirty Job series, Bill Nye the Science Guy, David Pogue, host of NOVA ScienceNow series on PBS, and Grammy Award-winning alternative music band "They Might Be Giants!"

    New this year: The Festival is hosting the U.S. News STEM Solutions conference, bringing in 2,500 STEM professionals from across the country and several science teacher associations including in thousands of teachers!

    On Thursday April 24, 2014 middle and high school students will have a chance to view presentations from the most inspiring STEM professionals at X-STEM Extreme STEM Symposium and the Festival will feature Teacher Development Workshops at the Expo!

    For more information, visit
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  • Virtual Reality help
    If you can fly a plane, using the brain as the controller. Then why can you not find a way to program something that detects the thoughts of the buttons on a controller? Using any type of virtual reality device such as the oculus rift. One can then purge them selves into the other world without worrying about the real world consequences of reacting with a controller that is by far obsolete. Giving the user full control of every action as they can play to their hearts desire. Deleting the use for any type of need for another controller across all systems, opening a huge universally endless system of virtual worlds.
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  • NeuroGaming Conference & Expo in SF May 7-8, 2014
    As a proud sponsor of the NeuroGaming Conference 2014, we are offering 100 discount tickets ($200 OFF the $350 Indie Game Developer Rate!) to our community. Please register ASAP with code EmotivDev. Price goes up on April 7th, so please grab your ticket before it’s gone! First come first serve!

    The Neurogaming Conference taking place in San Francisco on May 7-8, 2014. The NeuroGaming Conference focuses on the convergence of mind and body with game play; using virtual reality, neurosensing, motion and gesture control, augmented reality, haptics, eye tracking, facial recognition and more cutting edge sensor technologies.

    The two-day event brings together nearly 50 CEOs and executives speaking across twelve panels to share best practices, showcase new products and ideas, inspire each other and build new networks to help accelerate this rapidly emerging gaming sector. This year a neurogaming hackathon will precede the conference to foster development using the latest neurogaming technologies. Registration is now open.

    Come to NeuroGaming 2014 and you'll....
    - Learn how new sensors are impacting video games
    - Find out how emotions are being incorporated into games
    - See what venture and strategic investors are looking to fund
    - Hear from industry leaders and start up gurus on what's next
    - Discover new partnering and revenue making opportunities
    - Find out how gaming is impacting brain treatments
    - Try out the latest neurogaming technologies for yourself

    Hope to see you there!

    The Emotiv Team
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  • Brain Training eBook Free To Honor Brain Awareness Week! Brain Training eBook At No Cost To Honor Brain Awareness Week!

    Heads-up: We are mak­ing the Kin­dle edi­tions of our great brain book, both in Eng­lish and Span­ish lan­guage, avail­able at no cost until this Fri­day, March 14th. We hope you can think of friends, col­leagues, rel­a­tives (on top of your­self if you didn’t have a copy already) who may ben­e­fit from this opportunity!

    In Eng­lish: The Sharp­Brains Guide to Brain Fit­ness: How to Opti­mize Brain Health and Per­for­mance at Any Age (pub­lished April 2013)
    In Span­ish: Cómo inver­tir en su cere­bro: Una guía Sharp­Brains para mejo­rar su mente y su vida (pub­lished Feb­ru­ary 2014)
    Fea­tur­ing a fore­word by Dr. Misha Pavel at the National Sci­ence Foun­da­tion, these books, avail­able in paper­back and e-book world­wide, cut through the mis­con­cep­tions, super­fi­cial and con­flict­ing media cov­er­age, and aggres­sive mar­ket­ing claims with a com­mon sense approach that empow­ers read­ers to take con­trol of their own brain health.

    Portada_ComoInvertirEnSuCerebro“In today’s increas­ingly high-demand, fast-paced world, we all need to process infor­ma­tion faster, boost mem­ory and resilience, and delay age-related prob­lems,” said Alvaro Fer­nan­dez, CEO of Sharp­Brains and co-author of the guide, named a Young Global Leader by the World Eco­nomic Forum. “Instead of wait­ing for elu­sive magic pills, we need to pay more atten­tion to a new brain health model based on lifestyle and research-based brain train­ing tools. This book, the first of its kind pub­lished in Eng­lish and Span­ish, pro­vides an easy-to-follow guide to under­stand and har­ness the nat­ural prop­er­ties of the brain so that more read­ers can thrive in the 21st century.”

    Praise for the book:

    “A stim­u­lat­ing, chal­leng­ing resource, full of solid infor­ma­tion and prac­ti­cal tips for improv­ing brain health.” –Kirkus Reviews
    “One of those books you can­not ignore. Insight­ful, to the point, action­able. ” —Dr. Tobias Kiefer, Direc­tor Global Learn­ing & Devel­op­ment, Booz & Company
    “An essen­tial ref­er­ence on the field of brain fit­ness, neu­ro­plas­tic­ity and cog­ni­tive health” —Wal­ter Jessen, PhD, founder and edi­tor, High­light Health
    “A much-needed resource to help us bet­ter under­stand our brains and minds and how to nour­ish them through life.“ —Susan E. Hoff­man, Direc­tor, Osher Life­long Learn­ing Insti­tute at UC Berkeley
    Named a Best Book by AARP
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  • Emotiv Insight Designathon Winners
    We had a very successful Designathon last Saturday and enjoyed brainstorming and designing awesome applications for the Insight. After watching 20 fabulous presentations, our panel of judges selected the following winners:

    - Most Helpful (Social Good): EEGCommunicator
    - Best Wearable Mashup: The locket from Mood Ring
    - Make A Mint: Neuro+ Neurofeedback
    - Most Innovative: Creative Cognition
    - Judges' Choice award: Brainability!

    You can check out all the projects on the wiki:

    Thank you all for participating and we hope to see you at the next Emotiv event!
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  • More Eyetracking and EEG with Olivier Oullier!
    Check out the WEF Davos 2014 Hub Culture Interview with Olivier Oullier! @emorationality, SensoMotoric Instruments and the Emotiv EPOC!
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  • Brain Driven Hybrid Vehicle
    Its an Electric car which uses solar power as well as Electric supply to charge the batteries... and also it is designed with three driving modes one is NORMAL DRIVING mode with steering, second one is KEYBOARD DRIVING MODE... ie, in the same way how we play racing games in computers. The third...... and the most important one is THINK AND DRIVE MODE by which driving can be done just by thinking..... ie, by just thinking of actions like push, pull, left, right etc. these thoughts are captured using a EEG headset and are processed in computer to drive the vehicle.

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  • Insight into Insight Survey Contest Winners
    It's our pleasure to announce the Insight into Insight Survey Contest Winners!

    "Most Helpful" - Frederic Coubard

    "Most Innovative" - Tyler Rorabaugh

    "Best Wearable Mashup" - Javier Fadul

    "Make A Mint" - Fred Spencer

    Congratulations to Frederic, Tyler, Javier, and Fred! And, thank you to everyone for submitting ideas! Survey winners will receive:

    - help to recruit a team to make it at the Designathon
    - a special limited edition t-shirt
    - your idea will be profiled on our webpages (wiki)
    - your idea will be mentioned in social media
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  • Attention powered Car - new webisodes
    The RAC Attention Powered Car program is now concentrating on what drivers find most distracting and how to deal with the issues. Mobile phones and texting are the most distracting, but eating and drinking, your mood and the behaviour of passengers have unexpectedly big effects. The average driver has a distraction of more than 2 seconds every minute!
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  • Happy New Year!
    Happy New Year to you and your loved ones! We appreciate and are inspired by all of you! Thank you for your support and here's to another fantastic year!


    The Emotiv Team

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  • Thought recoginition software
    In your research of the electrical impulses generated by thought I know you can narrow down the impulse so that each impulse can be tracked or assigned to a specific event or character. Such as the letters in the alphabet; this will lead to word recoginition by grouping thoses impulses of each letter to the corresponding word. the result is thought recoginition software > by wearing a version of your headset the user will be able to "think" their thoughts into coherent thoughts not just brainwaves. Uses would be not only in the business world but also in medical.
    look forwarding to hearing fr om you on this. I have been working on it for some time but do not have the software; I believe with wh ere you are on measuring brainwaves we can get there.
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  • Invitation to Join the most Brain-friendly Book Discussion

    We'd like to bring your attention to a new book that is an excellent resource to understand and apply the latest science of neuroplasticity to improve brain health.

    The book is titled "The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness: How to Optimize Brain Health and Performance at Any Age" (April 2013; 284 pages) and is co-authored by neuroscientist Elkhonon Goldberg, cognitive psychologist Pascale Michelon and educator Alvaro Fernandez.

    Here is what some very credible reviewers have to say:

    "A great start for making sense new brain science and for taking active steps towards smart health." — Misha Pavel, PhD, Program Director at the National Science Foundation
    "A stimulating, challenging resource, full of solid information and practical tips for improving brain health." — Kirkus Reviews

    "On a personal note, I have to say I wish I had read this awesome guide when I was much younger.” — Scientific American

    "One of those books you cannot ignore. Insightful, to the
    point, actionable." — Tobias Kiefer, Director Global Learning & Development at Booz & Company

    We want you to be among the first to know that the e-book edi­tion is avail­able for only $2.95 (instead of $9.95), until this Sun­day, Decem­ber 22th. The paper­back is avail­able for $15.95.

    Additionally, we have partnered with the co-authors and affiliated scientists to offer eight stimulating webchats in January to discuss your impressions and questions about the book, and how to apply its suggestions in real life. You can think of this as a great opportunity to join the most brain-friendly book discussion ever...

    --> Learn more about the book and this invitation to discuss here:
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  • Celebrating the Holidays are Insight next Wednesday!
    Fly Puzzlebox's Brain Controlled Helicopter, the Orbit next Wednesday at the Holidays are Insight Celebration!
    Buy tickets here:

    Watch Tan demo the Orbit:…

    Hope you can join us!
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  • Enter our survey contest and win prizes!

    Participate in our Insight into Insight contest and register how you will use your Emotiv Insight to win cool prizes. Awards will be announced for Most Helpful, Most Innovative, Best Wearable Mash Up, and Make a Mint.
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