Dr. Dennis Proffitt, a long-time collaborator of Archinoetics at the University of Virginia, was recently on Virginia radio’s ‘With Good Reason’ to discuss brain-computer interfaces for creative expression. The work, being done through a National Science Foundation grant, is providing interfaces for severely disabled people to communicate and create artwork. To hear the program and [...]
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.
Archinoetics is currently developing ‘Brain Painting’ applications that allows people to paint on a digital canvas using only their thoughts. This is part of research conducted under a National Science Foundation grant to create brain-computer interfaces. Recently, this work was featured at the University of Virginia in Oscar as well as in India in the [...]
Archinoetics was notified that it has won a National Science Foundation grant in collaboration with the University of Virginia and Georgia Tech. The focus of the work will be on developing unique brain-computer interfaces for those with severe paralysis and disabilities, such as that resulting from ALS.
Archinoetics has been awarded a grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop environmental control systems for the disabled using its functional brain imaging system, OTIS, a functional near-infrared imaging (fNIR) system. The work will be performed in collaboration with research teams at the University of Virginia and Georgia Tech.