We’ve spent a fair amount of time running workshops and presentations on brain sensing or
brain-computer interface (BCI) technology, and all the bits and bobs that make this type of technology feasible. Some of our presentations have been focused on one particular aspect of BCIs, such as machine learning or neurofeedback. However, all of our sessions are participatory and applied.
A company called SenseLabs has developed a new brain monitor Versus. It uses electroencephalography, or EEG technology to monitor brainwaves and provide real-time feedback whether a user is focused or stays calm.
The tool is similar to the devices offered by Muse and NeuroSky.