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Neurosciences

24/01/2013

A large-scale French project on video game applications for brain-computer interfaces

OpenViBE2 (2009-2013) is a collaborative research project supported by ANR funding and which is looking into the potential of so-called "brain-computer interfaces" (BCI) in the field of video games.

This project has brought together all the necessary scientific experts within a multi-disciplinary consortium of 9 partners representing pioneering academic laboratories in the field (Inria, Inserm, CEA, GIPBSA-Lab), well-known game developers (Ubisoft, Blacksheep Studio, Kylotonn Games) and usage and transfer specialists (Lutin, Clarte).

Keywords: Open ViBE2 Neurosciences

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