OpenViBE at ISNR conference

Long time I haven’t posted, sorry readers. I hope I can get more time for this blog.

OpenViBE will be presented at the annual ISNR conference. ISNR (International Society for Neurofeedback & Research) is a non-profit member organization for health professionals, educators, researchers and students. They organize an annual conference on this topic where health professionals, researchers and students can come and present their work related to Neurofeedback. This year conference takes place in Phoenix, Arizona, September 14th-18th.
I have been invited to present OpenViBE and the opportunities of using OpenViBE for neurofeedback research and applied neurofeedback. My talk will be on Friday September 16th. It will be followed by a workshop in the afternoon where attendees will have the opportunity to discover and practice with OpenViBE. This workshop targets OpenViBE beginners. It will mostly focus on the use of existing OpenViBE components with the OpenViBE designer. I won’t discuss software architecture, C++ and design patterns :) I hope to see you there !

2 Comments to “OpenViBE at ISNR conference”

  1. toncho11 20 September 2011 at 11:15 am #

    What happened at the conference? :)

    • Yann Renard 21 September 2011 at 1:33 pm #

      Well, it has been really interesting to be part of this conference. Discovering a field such as neurofeedback and talking to leaders in the field is always meaningful. From a science perspective, the conference hosted amazing keynote speakers. These talks can be downloaded from the ISNR website for a small fee :)