Category Archives: neuroswitch

Zero One Alpha Group (John’s group) Third Group meeting & MND Poster Draft

Zero One Alpha Group MND Poster.
Our group’s second & third meeting on Tuesday 19, Thursday 21, working on the poster layout and information. Everyone from our group worked very well together in producing information regarding MND and NeuroSwitch research. We faced several challenges along the way trying to work out the best layout for the poster. Some of us also struggled with using illustrator creating pictograms from scratch. Overall everyone contributed in the development of this poster, however, Alex & Patrick did that little extra work that made the poster shine. Although this is still in the developmental stage we were all pleased with our progress so far.

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Zero 1 Alpha Group (John’s Group) 1st meeting

Neuroswitch Mind Map

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Neuroswitch Mind Mapping and idea generation. During this process we were able to generate many ideas that can be implemented into the current or future development of neuroswitch technology.

5 ideas were chosen to research indepth and developed further to either enhance the current neuroswitch or to introduce a new way of using the neuroswitch.

Global Citizenship Mind Map

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Our Global Citizenship mind map was generated without the influence of any research.

Further Research into the 5 ideas (brief)

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To be continued…

Australian Story :: The First Word

I watched this story and was moved – to write to Peter Ford.

This week’s program is about a man who’s become an international pioneer in a significant but unlikely field.

A failed medical school student turned journalist, Peter Ford hit the big time in the US as a CNN anchorman.

He travelled extensively and covered many big stories around the world.

But beneath the telegenic exterior an ‘inner nerd’ was lurking.

Using his self-taught computer code-writing skills, Peter developed software that enables the most severely disabled people to communicate.

His invention has even attracted the interest of Professor Stephen Hawking…

via Australian Story :: The First Word.

via Australian Story :: The First Word.

Tan Le: A headset that reads your brainwaves

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.

Tan Le is the founder & CEO of Emotiv Lifescience, a bioinformatics company that’s working on identifying biomarkers for mental and other neurological conditions using electroencephalography (EEG).