Alisa Brownlee, ATP, CAPS blog offers recent articles and web information on ALS, assistive technology--augmentative alternative communication (AAC), computer access, and other electronic devices that can impact and improve the quality of life for people with ALS.
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BCI2000 is a general-purpose
software platform for brain-computer interface (BCI) research and other
neurotechnology applications that depend on real-time data acquisition,
processing, and feedback (www.bci2000.org). BCI2000 has been actively
developed, maintained and supported since the project's inception in2000. BCI2000 has been acquired by
more than 2700 users around the world and has become the standard software in
its field of research. Its use is described in several journal papers, book
chapters, a dedicated book published by Springer, in hundreds of pages on
the BCI2000 wiki, and in
thousands of posts on the BCI2000 bulletin board. In
addition to its use for research purposes, BCI2000 has also provided the
basis for important emerging clinical applications such as real-time functional
mapping or clinical monitoring in intensive care units.
The 10thBCI2000workshop will
be held at the Asilomar Conference Center at Pacific Grove, California, from
June 2-3, 2013, immediately prior to the Fifth International BCI Meeting.
At the workshop, experts
in brain-computer interfacing and BCI2000 will give lectures on
the relevant technical aspects of the BCI2000 system and provide
hands‐on practical tutorials. These tutorials include real-time implementation
of BCIs based on sensorimotor rhythms and P300 evoked potentials. The workshop also include
exercises, in which participants can learn how to build and configure BCI2000 with their own signal
processing methods, applications, or assistive devices. Seven BCI systems will be available
throughout the day, and participants will operate them under supervision of
We look forward to a
very exciting and productive workshop, and we hope that you
will be able to join us. If you are planning to attend this workshop, please complete the
registration form BCI2000 Registration
Form. If you have any question, do not hesitate to contact email@example.com with
a subject line of "10thBCI2000Workshop."
-- Cristhian Mauricio Potes Doctoral Candidate, Electrical
and Computer Eng Research Assistent University of Texas at El
Paso Department of Health of New York State, Wadsworth Center Albany