BCI game project in the eNTERFACE 09 workshop

Christian Muehl cmuehl at GMAIL.COM
Thu Apr 23 18:05:27 CEST 2009

Call for participants

BCI @ eNTERFACE 09 workshop

July 13th - August 7th 2009 Genua, Italy

Project on Bain-Computer Interfaces: A multi-player game using
neurophysiological sensors

For a project on Brain-Computer Interfaces in the context of the
eNTERFACE 09 workshop in Genua we are searching for interested people
with experience in the areas of signal processing, game design,
programming or machine learning.

The goal of the project is the development of a multiplayer computer
game that uses several innovative input modalities. Neural (EEG) and
physiological changes (e.g. ECG, respiration, muscle tension) are used
in combination with traditional (mouse, keyboards) input devices to
actively and passively control the game dynamics. The game will be a
platform for the study of an efficient and natural use of
Brain-Computer Interaction and physiological sensors within a gaming

More detailed information about that particular project and others can
be found here: www.infomus.org/enterface09/projectsTeams.php

The eNTERFACE 2009 Workshop is being organized this summer in Genova,
Italy, from July 13th to August 7th, 2009. The eNTERFACE Workshops
present an opportunity of collaborative research and software
development by gathering, in a single place, a team of senior project
leaders in multimodal interfaces, PhD students, and (undergraduate)
students, to work on a pre-specified list of challenges, for the
duration of four weeks. Participants are organized in teams of six to
eight, all attached to specific projects. Tutorials and state-of-the
art surveys on multimodal interfaces and their design will be given
every week by invited experts. Senior researchers, PhD students, or
undergraduates interested in participating to the Workshop should send
their application by emailing the Organizing Committee at
enterface09 at casapaganini.org before April 30, 2009.

Please check the workshop website for detailed information on the
application proceedure:

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