IEEE Brain Initiative Sponsors 3 Hackathons in Fall 2016

Open, Innovative, Mindful Hacking

 

IEEE Brain Initiative is pleased to be a sponsor of the following Brain Computer Interface (BCI) hackathons.

Jump to:

A BIG THANK YOU to our volunteers, patrons, and sponsors for these events.

 

September 10-11, 2016 at EvoNexus in San Diego, CA

September 10-11, 2016 at EvoNexus in San Diego, CA
Click here for more information. Registration is open.
$1000, $500, and $300 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes, sponsored by IEEE Brain Initiative.

Images from San Diego

first-place-winners
second-place-winner
third-place-winners
juries
hacking-1
hacking-2
hacking-3
hacking-4
hacking-5
hacking-6
hacking-7
hacking-8
hacking-9
hacking-10
hacking-11
hacking-12
hacking-13
hacking-14
hacking-15
hacking-16
wp_20160911_002
20160911_131619
20160911_173159
wp_20160911_004
20160911_164746
20160911_173627
wp_20160911_005
20160910_143754
20160911_131619
wp_20160911_006
wp_20160911_007

 

September 23-25, 2016 at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA

September 23-25, 2016 at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA
Click here for more information. Registration is open.
$1000, $500, and $300 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes, sponsored by IEEE Brain Initiative.

News Story: Temple Engineering Takes Brain Hackathon Prize

Images from Philadelphia

2016-09-2418-13-43
2016-09-2417-49-13
2016-09-2417-47-26
2016-09-2419-01-11
2016-09-2418-13-28
2016-09-2417-47-33
2016-09-2510-20-15
2016-09-2418-13-50
2016-09-2510-20-05
2016-09-2510-24-02
2016-09-2510-22-01
2016-09-2510-25-59
2016-09-2511-04-42
2016-09-2510-24-43
2016-09-2511-03-54
2016-09-2511-14-48
4122_1474903605862
cuteam
bci-hackathon-columbia-team
hackathonaward
2016-09-2510-25-08

 

October 8-9, 2016 at the SMC BMI Workshop, Budapest

October 8-9, 2016 at the SMC BMI Workshop, Budapest
Click here for more information. Registration is open.
Over $8,000 in prizes in cash and hardware prizes sponsored by Vizzario/VSP, IEEE Brain Initiative, IEEE SMC and Qusp.

The goal of these hackathons is to provide hands-on experience to students and professionals interested in creating applications using signals measured from the brain and/or body. Hackers can use real-time signals or sample data sets for their applications.

Fields of interest include, but not limited to:

  • Integration of neurotechnology with the Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Closed-loop cognitive games (including Virtual/Augmented Reality, VR/AR)
  • Control computational and robotic devices using BCI

Brief overview of hardware and software available to participants will be part of the introduction.

Images from Budapest

photo-oct-08-1-45-34-pm
photo-oct-08-1-45-52-pm
photo-oct-08-1-48-51-pm
photo-oct-08-1-49-16-pm
photo-oct-08-1-49-08-pm
photo-oct-08-1-49-28-pm
photo-oct-08-1-49-25-pm
photo-oct-08-1-49-30-pm
photo-oct-08-9-22-10-am
photo-oct-08-1-49-43-pm
photo-oct-08-9-22-13-am
photo-oct-08-9-21-36-am
photo-oct-08-8-00-36-am
photo-oct-08-9-22-17-am
photo-oct-08-9-26-58-am
photo-oct-08-9-27-32-am
photo-oct-08-9-27-00-am
photo-oct-08-9-27-28-am
photo-oct-08-1-45-20-pm
photo-oct-08-11-32-29-am
photo-oct-08-9-27-07-am
photo-oct-08-11-39-07-am
photo-oct-08-11-38-52-am
photo-oct-08-11-40-05-am
photo-oct-08-11-41-02-am
photo-oct-08-11-41-02-am-1
photo-oct-08-11-40-55-am
photo-oct-08-11-41-24-am
photo-oct-09-7-39-54-am
photo-oct-09-9-27-21-am
photo-oct-09-9-32-49-am
photo-oct-09-9-27-19-am
photo-oct-09-10-07-11-am
photo-oct-09-9-27-18-am