Cloudbrain is a software that acquires EEG and other biosensor data, streams it to a server, analyzes the sensor data, and visualizes the sensor data. It is an open source project and I am an extensive contributor and collaborator with the project lead, Marion.
NeurotechX is a group of scientists, software engineers, makers, and designers all interested in technology related to neuroscience. I help lead the local group in San Francisco. We host weekly 'hack' sessions and introduce people about the technology accessible to them in the field of neuroscience.
BCAPI is a work in progress that will allow people to have an easily accessible library for Brain-Computer Interfacing with everyday objects, like a mind-controlled wheelchair. We want it to be easy for people to connect their brain to any device. Our group won the Berkeley Big Ideas competition in May 2015 and will begin developing this library in the coming months and integrate it with Cloudbrain.
Fort Bragg Wifi Project
In the Fall of 2014 I began a dialogue with the City of Fort Bragg about my desire to help implement free, public WiFi in the downtown business district. I was added to the ad hoc Technology Committee and helped plan and develop this project from the ground up.
SSVEP and ERP Research Toolkit
In the Summer of 2014 I worked with a UC Berkeley Psychology Professor, William Prinzmetal, on research that involved certain BCI paradigms. We were testing the Emotiv EPOC mobile EEG device as well as the OpenBCI EEG device. I wrote the programs for presenting stimulus and the GUI used by the professor and graduate students.
Small group contracted out of Mendocino County for website development, maintenance, optimization, as well as cloud-compatible embedded device installation.
UC Berkeley Hackjam 2014 project showcasing a simple webapp that utilizes a phenomenom showcased in cognitive psychology experiments.