Our team works on the cutting-edge of artificial intelligence and neuroscience. We have developed a BCI and demonstrated that it allows locked-in patients to interact or communicate by controlling a computer with brain signals. MindAffect was spun-out of the Donders Institute as a start-up in September 2017
Today we are pleased to announce the next stage in our mission to allow more people to add brain control to their own projects with the release of the open-source version of our core brain computer interfacing technology, which you can download now from github.com/mindaffect/pymindaffectBCI.
‘Out of the box’ this software allows you to use brain controls to write words, play games, or control the lights in your house, and many other things. More importantly however, we also provide the software, documentation, examples and example-data to allow you to easily develop your own new methods of brain controlled interaction.