g.Tec’s intendiX

g.Tec is an austrian company working on Brain Computer Interfaces for years. They build and sell their EEG acquisition hardware which is widely used in the BCI community. We have a 16 channels gUSBamp amplifier at INRIA which works pretty well with gLADYBird active electrodes

However, they recently launched their Personal BCI Speller, namely IntendiX, a text speller based on the P300 brainwave that appears on rare but awaited events.

Such commercial product is the proof that the technology is ready to leave the laboratories and get in the user’s house… This looks promising for opensource technologies such as OpenViBE… We’ll just need to find a cheap amplifier/headset !

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