Archinoetics has developed the RozTracker a web application that tracks Roz Savage as she attempts to become the first woman to row solo across the Pacific Ocean. She arrived in Honolulu in September 2008 and left on May 25, 2009 heading into the South Pacific. Leveraging technologies it developed for Project Niu, Archinoetics added the [...]
The National Science Teachers Association recently published a story on Project Niu in its monthly magazine. Read the story
Project Niu is an outreach effort by Archinoetics to teach K-12 students about science, technology, and environmental stewardship in the context of the ocean and marine debris. Archinoetics built three ocean drifter buoys and joined 150 students to deploy them near Hawaii Kai. Please read more about Project Niu and track the Niu devices.
Professional athletes need every advantage they can get to compete at their maximum level, but they cannot overlook the importance of a good night’s sleep. Unfortunately, road trips can causes serious jetlag and hurt a player’s performance. The NHL hockey team the Vancouver Canucks decided to use science and technology to address this concern. Archinoetics [...]
Archinoetics’ long-time collaborator Dr. Dennis Proffitt of the University of Virginia was recently interviewed on the team’s brain-computer interface (BCI) work with Hawaii artist Peggy Chun. Read more about Brain Painting.