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Wired Magazine, April 2011

Brainstorms featured in Wired Magazine

Puzzlebox is pleased to announce that the recent Instructables write-up of our Brain-Controlled RC Helicopter project was featured in the April 2011 issue of Wired Magazine, as the final entry in an article entitled “Your Guide to 21 Awesome DIY Projects“

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Hilltop Prep

Puzzlebox Brainstorms is Seeking Schools

Puzzlebox Brainstorms is eager to continue expanding our program to new schools, teachers, and parents. We have recently visited the campuses of Hilltop Prep and Octorara High School, featuring brief lessons in neuroscience and the history and current state of the art in Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) and sharing some of our technologies which incorporate attention and focus exercises […]

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Puzzlebox at GDC 2011

Puzzlebox has announced the debut of our new product Puzzlebox Jigsaw which we are demoing all this week at GDC 2011, the Game Developers Conference at the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco. Please feel free to visit us at Booth #2021.

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Helicopter and Wheelchair support added to Brainstorms

Puzzlebox has released an update to “Puzzlebox Brainstorms” which allows for BCI (Brain-Computer Interface) control of robotic vehicles, radio controlled helicopters, and wheelchairs through commercially available consumer EEG headsets such as the NeuroSky MindSet and Emotiv EPOC.Features include:– Support for radio controlled helicopters which support the Spektrum DSM2 protocol– Support for electric wheelchair control for the Action Arrow Storm series– […]

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Data recording and visualization added to Puzzlebox Synapse

Puzzlebox has released an update to “Puzzlebox Synapse” which connects to commercially available consumer EEG headsets such as the NeuroSky MindSet, displays live data back to the user, and relays the data collected over a network or the internet.Features include: Live graphing of raw EEG signals using matplotlib Realtime plotting of EEG brain signals by spectrum 30 second visual […]

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The Thinking Caps 2010

The Thinking Caps’ 2010 First LEGO League Presentation

The First LEGO League (FLL) is a “robotics program for 9 to 16 year olds, which is designed to get children excited about science and technology — and teach them valuable employment and life skills.” Teams of children led by teachers, parents and mentors build robotic machines based around themes and goals which change on a yearly […]

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BCI in Education: Puzzlebox Brainstorms @ The Rosemont School

In September 2010 Puzzlebox visited The Rosemont School located near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Two classes of sixth graders were given presentations on Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology followed by an on-hands session with Puzzlebox Brainstorms and Synapse. Every student was successfully able to drive a LEGO Mindstorms robot using a NeuroSky MindSet EEG headset which measured their levels of concentration and relaxation. Puzzlebox […]

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Announcing: Puzzlebox Synapse

Puzzlebox has released a new software application “Puzzlebox Synapse” which connects to commercially available consumer EEG headsets, displays live data back to the user, and relays the data collected over a network or the internet.This release focuses on parsing live EEG data from the NeuroSky MindSet in realtime over Bluetooth and transmitting the data in the standard ThinkGear Connect […]

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