Proof of Concept: The Brain To Brain Internet

YouTube link.

This is a BCI experiment whereby one person uses BCI to transmit a series of digits over the internet to another person whos computer receives the digits and transmits them to the second users through flashing an LED array. The encoded information is extracted from the brain activity of the second user.

This shows true brain-to-brain activity. This is done as a proof of concept – to show that B2B *is* possible – which it is, as we show here.

It doesn’t look particularly glamourous but what they’ve done is pretty amazing.

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Nocturne. Low-light

This short film was shot in LA with available light on the new Canon 1D MK4 HDD-SLR camera.

http://cdn.smugmug.com/ria/ShizVidz-2009090604.swf

Not a single external light source was used / added.

They used Canon and Carl Zeiss lenses and it was graded using Magic Bullet.

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Amazing.

You can read more about it here.

Updates, notes and answers to technical qiuestions.

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Hand From Above

http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=7042266&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=ff0179&fullscreen=1

Hand from Above from Chris O’Shea on Vimeo.

Hand From Above is an interactive installation by Chris O’Shea. He was commissioned by Abandon Normal Devices and Liverpool City Council for BBC Big Screen Liverpool and the Live Sites Network to create something for the BBC Big Screen. Hand From Above interacts with unsuspecting pedestrians, it can tickle, stretch, flick or remove entirely them on the big screen.

Chris used openFrameworks and OpenCV to build this software.

Follow http://twitter.com/chrisoshea for project updates

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