Monthly Archives: November 2011

Mind Training Blog

Re-learn how to walk

Robot legs help stroke survivors to walk again

Brainwave patterns for acceptable maximum volume of hearing aids

Panasonic has announced the development of a new technology for fitting hearing aids. Focusing on electroencephalogram (EEG) brain wave patterns recorded when example sounds heard at the normal sound volume are played into the user’s ears during the test, the new technology enables the estimation of the loudest level of sound the user can comfortably tolerate. This development allows the reduction of strain on the users and the time required to fit hearing aids. The company has started clinical evaluation of this method, with an aim to put it into practice as an automatic volume level fitting system for hearing aids in the fiscal year starting April 2015.

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In the interactive arcade game BrainBattle two players can take on the ultimate battle of brains against each other with brain computer interfaces. As a result, well-known classic games like Pong, Space Invaders and Pac Man are revitalized by an unusual form of interaction.

Behind-the-scenes of W.I.L.D.

Making of scene # 4 in W.I.L.D.. In this level you can train your relaxation skill by controlling the jumping puzzle man. Don’t forget to put your PLX XWave brainwave headset on!

BCI in plain words and simple visualization