1. SFA Episode 17A ~ The Brain Machine

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    from Michael Stokes Added 87 0 0

    In this Season 2 premiere ADVENTURE Wonder Woman, Batman and Robin must stop Dr. Crainum's dastardly plans! *Contains Explicit Material* We warned you! 
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    • HYPERSPACE:BODY/SPACE/FEEDBACK

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      Demovideo for a performance/installation project by Alexander Roshe, Christoph Fügenschuh and ludwig technique. 2013 in Raitis, Mutters (Austria). Soundscape & Visuals: Christoph Fügenschuh (http://christophfuegenschuh.com/) Performance: ludwig technique (http://ludwig.arg-art.org) Object, Visuals: Alexander Roshe Filmed, Mastered and Cut by Alexander Roshe, 2013

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      • Brain Machine

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        Used a Makershed Kit to construct the Brain Machine Glasses that use Binaural Beats and synchronized blinking LEDs to play a brain wave sequence that entrains the wearer's brain waves from an alpha brain wave state to a beta (more relaxed and meditative).

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        • Brain State Sharing - Dome Installation

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          Description: A person joined to a mobile EEG is the source feeding mind machines probands are connected to. Different frequencies depending on real time EEG output hit the probands in form of pulsing light and sound. Binaural beats are transmitted via individual headphones and goggles softening the common light source. First experiment at "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2011", FU Berlin Project by: Christopher Pietsch, Luis Grass, Michael Härtel developed in the course"Messing with our Minds" supervised by Willy Sengewald, Matti Gärtner © 2012 University of Applied Sciences Potsdam

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          • Mitch Altman workshop at MadLab

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            from Prohyena Added 413 2 0

            Solder cool stuff! Make things! Mitch Altman came to MadLab and gave one of his famous workshops. Mitch has taught thousands of people to solder and make cool things with microcontrollers – at workshops, hacker spaces, hacker conferences and schools. Featuring: TV-B-Gone (turn off TVs in public places!) Brain Machine (meditate, hallucinate, and Trip Out!) LEDcube (cool cube of blinky lights!) Mignonette Game (play fun games!) Trippy RGB Waves (interactive coloured blinky lights!) MiniPOV (more cool blinky lights!) MintyBoost (charge your USB enabled gadgets!) Microcontroller programmers (programme all your AVR family chips!)

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            • Prof. Andrzej Cichocki

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              from aleksander valjamae Added 32 0 0

              In 2011, we interviewed many of the top people working in Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) research. We hope these videos, and other materials on Future BNCI website (future-bnci.org), will help to inform the public about BCIs. This interview was taken during the 5th International BCI Conference, September 22-24, 2011, at Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria. Interviewer Dr. Brendan Z. Allison Photography and Editing Anna Sanmartí Dr. Aleksander Väljamäe

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              • Do you have any recommendations for BCI funding agencies?

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                from aleksander valjamae Added 24 0 0

                In 2011, we interviewed many of the top people working in Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) research. We hope these videos, and other materials on Future BNCI website (future-bnci.org), will help to inform the public about BCIs. In this video Anton Nijholt, Benjamin Blankertz, Gerwin Schalk, Femke Nijboer, Christoph Guger, Philip R. Kennedy, Felip Miralles, Jan Peuscher, Robert Leeb, Nick Ramsey answer the question “do you have any recommendations for BCI funding agencies”? Interviewer Dr. Brendan Z. Allison Photography and Editing Anna Sanmartí Dr. Aleksander Väljamäe

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                • Infinity Projector

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                  from Luis Grass Added 187 0 0

                  Freqs of Nature, Juli 2012 Der 'Infinity Projector' überträgt festgelegte Frequenzen über Kopfhörer und LEDs an einen Menschen, um dessen Gehirn auf bestimmte Wellenlängen zu bringen – und bei dem Träger verschiedene Bewusstseinszusände wie Wachträume und tiefe Entspannung auszulösen. Grundlage für die Abfolge von gepulstem Licht und Ton sind EEG-Aufzeichnungen von einem meditierenden Probanden. Können wir unsere Gedanken und Gefühle über audiovisuelle Stimulation synchronisieren? Wie fühlt es sich an gemeinsam auf einer Wellenlänge zu treiben? Entwickelt von: Christopher Pietsch, Luis Grass, Matti Gärtner, Michael Härtel www.brainstatesharing.com

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                  • Brain State Sharing - Broadcasting Brainwaves

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                    from Luis Grass Added 568 3 0

                    Description: A person joined to a mobile EEG is the source feeding mind machines probands are connected to. Different frequencies depending on real time EEG output hit the probands in form of pulsing light and sound. Binaural beats are transmitted via individual headphones and goggles softening the common light source. First experiment at "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2011", FU Berlin Project by: Christopher Pietsch, Luis Grass, Michael Härtel developed in the course"Messing with our Minds" supervised by Willy Sengewald, Matti Gärtner © 2012 University of Applied Sciences Potsdam

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                    • Dr. Robert Leeb

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                      from aleksander valjamae Added 18 0 0

                      In 2011, we interviewed many of the top people working in Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) research. We hope these videos, and other materials on Future BNCI website (future-bnci.org), will help to inform the public about BCIs. This interview was taken during Future BNCI Workshop, 15th of June, Barcelona, Spain. Interviewer Dr. Brendan Z. Allison Photography and Editing Anna Sanmartí Dr. Aleksander Väljamäe

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