Saturday, October 26, 2013

(Non-Invasive) Brain–Computer Interface - Video

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Tan Le: A Headset That Reads Your Brainwaves 

Uploaded on Jul 22, 2010 Tan Le's astonishing new computer interface reads its user's brainwaves, making it possible to control virtual objects, and even physical electronics, with mere thoughts (and a little concentration). She demos the headset, and talks about its far-reaching applications. See

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Featuring The Emotiv EPOC - "This Could Be Big" 

Uploaded on Oct 18, 2011

Behind the scenes footage of interview with the ABC's Bill Weir. Bill is co-anchor of Nightline on ABC. Before Nightline, he was a co-host of the weekend edition of Good Morning America from 2004 to 2010.

Features Bill Weir, Tan Le, CEO of Emotiv Lifesciences and Rich Willmore, the developer behind those cool toy helicopters that are controlled by the Emotiv EPOC, a multichannel wireless EEG headset. Rich wrote the software to work with EmoKey, a free software which comes with the $299 headset:

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Emotiv Insight (KickStarter) Computer Mind Control

Updated: August August 1, 2013

"A sleek, multi-channel, wireless headset that monitors your brain activity and translates them into meaningful data you can understand." - KickStarter

Funding Period August 1 - September 16, 2013

Backers:         963
Goal:               $100,000
Raised:           $300,255
Location:       San Francisco, CA
KickStarter:  Tan Le

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Tan Le - US Zeitgeist 2010

Uploaded on Sep 14, 2010

Tan Lee talks about brain computer interface technology. She compares commands inputted into a machine to communication between people. She outlines the structure of the human brain and talks about the challenges we face in analyzing the brain.

Find out more at

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Emotiv's Mind-Reading Headset

Uploaded on Dec 18, 2008

Moving objects and controlling computers with nothing more than a thought has long been the purview of science-fiction. With an inexpensive, lightweight headset, Emotiv hopes to make that notion a reality for everybody.

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Use of the Emotiv Epoc Headset 

Uploaded on Nov 10, 2011

Instructions on using the Emotiv Epoc headset (consumer and developer). This covers unpackaging, parts, and assembly.

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DJ Fresh & Mindtunes: A Track Created Only by the Mind (Documentary)

Published on May 29, 2013

Download the track "Mindtunes" here: Proceeds go directly to the Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for disabled people. Find out more about QEF on

Mindtunes is a track created by Andy, Jo and Mark, 3 physically disabled music fans, using only one instrument: their mind. The track was produced by DJ Fresh. Watch the music video:

At Smirnoff we believe there's a creator in everyone of us. All you need are the means to get it out there, for everyone to see. You have a mind, you can create. #yoursforthemaking Special thanks to guest member Matthew. Made with Emotiv EPOC technology.

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Tan Le - ideaCity10 

Uploaded on Sep 15, 2010

SSTattler: Very good story about her immigration from Vietnam but it takes 8:00 minutes so you can skip it if you want to. The last 12 minutes is about Emotiv and it is very good.

About this talk - Think of Star Wars -- who wouldn't want to use "The Force," firsthand? Tan Le presents the EPOC headset; a device that makes it possible for specially designed computer applications to be controlled and influenced by the user's mind and facial expressions. Here, Le discusses the implementations of the technology, her fascination with the human brain, and why challenges are often opportunities in disguise.

About this speaker - Tan Le is co-founder of Emotiv Systems, a neuroengineering company that has developed breakthrough interface technology for digital media that takes inputs directly from the brain. Emotiv's vision is to revolutionize human-computer interface in the same way the graphical user interface did 20 years ago.

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Mind Technologies Mind Mouse

Uploaded on Sep 29, 2010

Mind Mouse is an application that allows the user to perform most computer functions using only the power of their minds.

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Grapevine Using Emotiv EPOC (Gyro Mouse and Blink) 

Published on May 31, 2013

In this demo, I'm using Grapevine communication software to demonstrate typing using a brain wave scanner (Emotiv EPOC). This scanner detects when I blink and performs a left mouse click. For more information about my projects, see

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Mind Technologies Master Mind Application

Uploaded on Sep 29, 2010

Mind Technologies lastest application is Master Mind which allows the user to play any video game with the power of their mind instead of using hand controls such as joysticks, keyboards, mice etc.

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Mind Control of Lego NXT Telepresence Robot 

Published on Sep 20, 2012

In this video I demonstrate the use of an assembly of technologies that I put together that enables me to exert mind control over the telepresence robot that I have demonstrated previously (itself an assembly of a range of technologies).

The key addition to the earlier assembly and demonstration of the remote telepresence robot (which can be found here: is the use of an Emotiv EPOC headset, which is able to sense, record, and transmit information concerning "brain waves" or EEG signals from my brain.

Using this I am able to direct my attention to particular areas of the computer screen and, by concentrating and training the Emotiv software to associate particular brain states with particular actions such as left-clicking the mouse, I am able to use my mind to control the little robot - whose "eyes and ears" I can see and hear out of via the streaming video feed displayed on the computer.

I have only recently started training with the Emotic EPOC headset and this form of mind control is still very difficult - it is a lot harder than it looks in this video. There were occasions where quite a bit of time would elapse between successful movements - you can see the transitions between each movement of the robot, which I have edited because some of them were nearly a minute long.

So there is much more training required before I could claim "competent" control with fluid and responsive action of the robot from my thoughts. But, that being said, while it is rudimentary, as demonstrated in the video it still works and is a good little proof-of-concept.

If you are going to attempt this yourself you should be prepared for some occasional frustration!

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Emotiv EPOC Heads-On 

Published on Jul 21, 2012

A video demo of the EPOC brain wave computer interface from Emotiv. Check out the the full article at

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Mind Controlled Spy Robot - Emotiv, Headset Pilots Rovio @ Skype 

Uploaded on Apr 25, 2010

This video is of the early prototype project that is now a product in final testing. You can find it in the Emotiv store at the end of July 2012:

ExtremeTech video that shows a WowWee Rovio mobile spy robot being piloted via thoughts, facial gestures, and head movements with the help of the Emotiv Systems 14-electrode EPOC EEG headset with built-in gyroscope. The heart of the system is Robodance 5, a free software program for consumer robot owners due out on May 20, 2005 (beta). The robot can be piloted with the headset from anywhere in the world you have a Web connection and are able to make a Skype video call since Skype is used as the backbone for a remote session. Visit ExtremeTech using the link below to read the full article detailing how the Emotiv Systems headset and SDK were used to create this demonstration.

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Ms Tan Le 

Uploaded on Oct 23, 2011

Ms Tan Le (BCom(Hons), LLB(Hons) 2000) is founder and CEO of Emotiv Lifesciences, a bioinformatics company focused on identifying biomarkers in the brain for mental and other neurological conditions using electroencephalography. She is a technology entrepreneur, business executive and sought-after speaker. In 2011 she received the Distinguished Young Alumni Award from Monash University. Find out more:

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