Neurohacking merges Computer Science and Neuroscience by developing technology that uses neural signals to control external mechanical movement. We are currently creating a brain-computer interface that controls a robot in live time by simply thinking.
Sunday at 1pm in Keller 2-164
General Focus Area
Software development, robotics, neuroscience, data analysis, signal processing, Python, C, Arduino
If you want to learn more about this project, come to one of our project meetings or contact Chris Weinberger (email@example.com).