• The ‘Sup: Low Cost and Open Source Mouse for Quadriplegics

    At the core of any assistive technology is finding a way to do something with whatever abilities the user has available. This can be especially difficult in the case of quadriplegia sufferers, the loss of control of...

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  • Top 5 physiological computing platforms roundup, part 3/3

    Today we are going to close the roundup, hope you enjoyed it! SpikerBoxes by Backyard Brains SpikerBoxes are thought out for standalone operation and have an integrated speaker to provide direct feedback in response to events such...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Top 5 physiological computing platforms roundup, part 2/3

    If you liked yesterday’s post, here is the second part: OpenBCI Brain activity monitoring is a daunting task no matter how one goes about it. Packing most of the features of high-end Electroencephalography (EEG) equipment in an...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Top 5 physiological computing platforms roundup, part 1/3

    Physiological computing focuses on the use of biosignals for the development of interactive software and hardware systems capable of sensing, processing, reacting, and interfacing the digital and analog worlds. However, biosignals have specific requirements for which typical...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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