At this year's Ars Electronica festival, entitled In Kepler's Gardens - A Global Journey in Mapping the "New" World, we also virtually presented the work of DDTlab. Kepler Gardens is not only the name of this year's edition but also a metaphor for the organizational principle of the festival, which took place at 120 venues around the world.
Dr. Maša Jazbec, head of the laboratory, virtually presented a selection of projects that we develop in DDTlab with BCI technology last Friday. In the NeuroFly, BCI Painter, NeuroYaski, and Robot Eva projects, we focus on exploring the connections between the human brain and external interfaces, intensively testing new ways of using them. The Neurofly installation enables us to fly and operate an aircraft with the help of brain waves. At the same time, NeuroYaski and Eva robots can be moved and manipulated by the brain waves.
You are invited to watch a 360 ° video from this year's edition of the Ars Electronica festival!