Brain-computer interface “Optorhythmograph” based on infrared spectroscopy)
We developed a neurointerface based on near infrared spectroscopy. The essence of this technology is to register radiation features from the studied head surfaces, which reflect activity of parts of the human brain.
The application of this equipment is possible both in the field of medicine (for assessing the catarrhal proliferation of cerebral cortex vessels), and in entertainment (for managing virtual objects).
So we created the software "Neuroball" based on biofeedback, where the characters are managed by changing the player's state.
Telebiomet LLC, Russia
Kryzhanovskii Edvard: firstname.lastname@example.org
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