I entered the BR4in Hackathon at Ars Electronica 2018. In a 48 hours challenge I underwent EEG monitoring in which my brain’s electrical rhythms were monitored by electrodes placed on my scalp held by adhesive to record activity over a period of time.
This project was to design and build an interaction using Electroencephalography (EEG) signals in real time. A Brain Computer Interface was used to produce artful paintings. We created pictures with a P300 based painting application on the computer and controlled a Sphero robot to create the process. Uniqorn aims to explore the relationship of one’s concentration and consciousness to different types of auditory stimuli.
“48 hours challenge undergoing EEG monitoring”
Watch the Making Of Uniqorn here:
Design Softwares Skills : AutoCAD 3D, Autodesk MAYA, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, After Effects
Coding Skills : Arduino
Making Skills : 3D Printing, Silver Jewellery Making
Creative Skills : Graphic Design, Photography, Videography, Film Making, Hand Drawings, Sewing
Completed at:Br4in Hackathon, ARS Electronica 2018 Exhibited in:Br4in Hackathon, ARS Electronica 2018 Awards:Br4in Hackathon, ARS Electronica 2018 - First Prize Collaborators:Sandra Youssef, Melina Maria Strasser, Rafael Benitez Cabral, Weronika Fleszar, Bálint Budai, Loren P. Bergantini, Adrienn Hérincs, Hui Sim Chan, Karolina Sulich