The Puzzlebox Orbit was recently featured on UK’s The Gadget Show. Some of our long-term users may recall The Gadget Show was the same series in which we established a new Guinness World Record for Brain-Computer Interface back in 2011. Readers in the UK can view the complete television episode which aired April 12, 2011 online here.
Catch us on James Woods’ #Futurescape on @ScienceChannel with @emotiv – Premiere episode set to re-air December 3rd http://science.discovery.com/tv-shows/futurescape/tv-schedule.htm
Demonstrated at the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) 2013 conference, a special thanks to Walid Soussou of Quasar and Jeremy Hill of theWadsworth Center for their help in producing BCI2000 support for the Puzzlebox Pyramid to steer an Orbit in any direction via P300.
The Puzzlebox Newsletter Updates from the makers of brain-controlled devices for minds of all kinds Puzzlebox Pyramids Are Shipping! At long last we are proud to announce that the first Puzzlebox Pyramids have begun shipping. Backers of our original Kickstarter campaign in the United States will be receiving theirs first, followed by international […]
The Puzzlebox Newsletter Updates from the makers of brain-controlled devices for minds of all kinds First Puzzlebox Pyramids Completed We are proud to announce that we’ve received confirmation from our partners in China that they have completed manufacturing and assembly of the first 50 Puzzlebox Pyramids to be shipped to our original $249-tier Kickstarter […]
The Puzzlebox Newsletter Updates from the makers of brain-controlled devices for minds of all kinds Puzzlebox Pyramid Software Released Over recent weeks and months we have been hard at work on the hardware and software behind the Puzzlebox Pyramid. With hardware having been finalized in June, we are pleased to announce that our microcontroller software […]
We are proud to announce that the Puzzlebox Orbit has been Recommended by Parents’ Choice for 2013
The Puzzlebox Newsletter Updates from the makers of brain-controlled devices for minds of all kinds The Puzzlebox Pyramid makes it public debut The production version of the Puzzlebox Pyramid made its first appearance at the Bay Area Maker Faire (May 18-19). Here it is: You probably know that the Pyramid was designed to be […]
Alex Doud has a lot going on. Besides researching brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) in Dr. Bin He’s Neuroengineering laboratory at the University of Minnesota and building technology that lets people steer Parrot AR drones with their minds, Doud is: Publishing scientific papers Finishing a combined degree in biomedical engineering and medicine Helping his wife, Natalie, get […]
At Maker Faire, we used the Pyramid’s hardware to communicate with a hand-made marshmallow crossbow and a hacked Airhog foam missile launcher. Then we had parents and their children face off in a battle of attention spans. It was delightful to see young children launching marshmallows at their parents. Many thanks to Atmel for sharing […]