使用Unicorn Hybrid Black准确采集和处理脑电信号，从简单的信号显示到设计和控制附属设备
We have 4 Unicorn Hybrid Black headsets at University which allow many Professors to create lab exercises in small groups. They record EEG data in the course “Signal Acquisition” and analyse the signals in the course “Processing of Biosignals”. This interdisciplinary approach is important to us.
Lukas Traxler, University of Applied Sciences, Vienna
The BR41N.IO Hackathons are great because they bring people together with such diverse backgrounds that would not otherwise have met and interacted. This cross fertilization of ideas and backgrounds is paramount to generating out-of-the-box ideas, especially for an area that is so interdisciplinary as Brain-Computer Interfaces.
Tiago Falk, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada
I have known g.tec medical engineering for many years and I am used to their top-quality devices. I needed an affordable, small BCI headset that delivers good EEG data quality. So, I chose Unicorn Hybrid Black for our company. We use it for developing and testing VR games. It’s extremely easy to use and I can demonstrate EEG in a short time.
Robert Leeb, Mindmaze
I make digital arts in combination with light and audio animation. Since I want to develop all my tools from scratch on my own, Unicorn Hybrid Black was the perfect solution. The brain activity influences my visual arts, every time I start my visualization with the BCI, it looks differently.
Alex Guevara, Visual Artist
The BR41N.IO Hackathon offers a high professional level accompanied with intensive mentoring and support by the team of g.tec neurotechnology. This approach lead to astonishing results and gave the visitors of the Ars Electronica Festival some interesting insights in the many application possibilities of brain-computer interface and neurotechnology.
Gerfried Stocker, Artistic Director Ars Electronica Linz
I chose Unicorn Hybrid Black because it’s simple to use. It doesn’t require much time nor knowledge about how to use it. I think everyone can learn how to use it quickly.
Maša Jazbec, University of Arts in Linz