Project TypE: Wearable Technology
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
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.
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