Tag Archives: bci

A look back at 0.10.0 release

Ok, it’s been more than a month now since OpenViBE 0.10.0 has been released (actually 0.10.1 if considering Windows precompiled build 😉 ) and I am somehow late for my look at the release… and ironically, this release contains long time requested features… A new BCI paradigm, welcome SSVEP And yes, this has probably been […]

I’ll be leaving INRIA mid-may

After more than one month of silence (actually, can we say a blog is silent ?), I feel like I have to post this important notice here… I’ve passed my last 5 years leading the developments of OpenViBE and it has been a really great experience. However, I recently decided to leave INRIA. This choice […]

Frequently asked question in India

In this post, I try to answer the three most frequently asked question we had to answer during Techfest. Most of the audience we had was totally naive about BCI technology. For this reason, I believe that at some point, those hearing or reading about BCI probably ask themselves the same questions… Could a BCI […]

Back from India !

Back from India !

We are now back from India and the Techfest exhibition… I must say we had a great time there ! At least 1000 persons came on the booth for explanations and demos about BCI and there applications including helping disabled people and videogames. I have been really excited by the attention that visitors had to […]

OpenViBE demonstrated at “La cité des sciences et de l’industrie”, Paris – Part 2 !

Great news, I recently got the information that the Tech’ Galerie exhibition at La cité des sciences et de l’industrie in Paris has turned from temporary to permanent exhibition. That involves that the OpenViBE “Use the force” demonstration will now be showcased on the g.Tec gUSBamp amplifier with no limit of time, until visitors don’t […]

BrainProducts supports my work

It’s been a long time since my last message… Indeed, I got a summer break… and I am now ready for some more OpenViBE enhancements One of the tasks I am working on currently is creating a Brainamp/Brainamp MR series driver using BrainProducts‘ low level API. The main advantages of such implementation as compared to […]

Ethics and BCI

It’s been a long time since my last post… and this one is a rather serious one… It looks like people in the field of Brain Computer Interfaces get more and more concerned about ethics. I find it rather strange because back a few years ago, I think nobody cared. Scientists were just convinced by […]

Future BNCI

I’d like to mention this new website http://future-bnci.org… Quoted from there : This website is meant to serve as a central resource for information about Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) systems and Brain/Neuronal Computer Interaction (BNCI). Our web page contains many resources for both beginners and experts. There is already many interesting materials. See their videos, their […]

OpenViBE demonstrated at “La cité des sciences et de l’industrie”, Paris

OpenViBE demos and videos are currently being showed at the Tech’ Galerie exhibition at La cité des sciences et de l’industrie in Paris. The demonstration set-up uses the g.Tec gUSBamp amplifier with three active electrodes… This is convenient for such demonstration because the preparation / installation is very fast. The Lutin Userlab, a research group […]

Robotic arm controlled by OpenViBE

It’s been 8 months now since the first public release of OpenViBE. The community around the software is growing every days and many people are evaluating or trying to do something new with the software. Today, Dieter Devlaminck, researcher at Ghent University, reported his recent results with OpenViBE : controlling a robotic arm thanks to […]