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Brain To Computer Interfacing Is No Longer Science Fiction – Field of View with Joseph Artuso

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08 Jul 2021 | 0 min read

In this episode, we’re spotlighting Joseph Artuso, Director of Marketing & Business Developer at OpenBCI. Open-Source Brain-Computer Interface. Their bio-sensing systems can be used to sample electrical brain activity (EEG), muscle activity (EMG), heart rate (EKG) and much more. Joseph is responsible for guiding OpenBCI’s commercialization and communication strategies. Our hosts will ask Joseph about Galea the first device that integrates EEG, EMG, EDA, PPG and eye tracking into a single headset and the neuroscience renaissance. Brain to computer interfacing is no longer the stuff of science fiction and fantasy, but what does it take to produce truly consumer-ready neurotech and what about data privacy?


What is Field of View?

The world of immersive technology is always in a constant state of flux, continuously advancing with the rule book being written by the second. We’ve teamed up with Accenture XR to explore this wonderful world, with specialists from across the world providing their insight and view on where we are heading next.

About the author:

AIXR is an independent, community first, not for profit organisation that exists to support individuals and companies of all sizes as the International trade body for immersive technology industries. AIXR or, The Academy of International Extended Reality, hosts the VR Awards annually. AIXR’s mission is to support individuals and companies in the immersive industry by endorsing, inspiring, and enabling innovators through removing barriers to entry and connecting a diverse collection of trades together.

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