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Mind games

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The goal of the course “Mind Games” is to creatively implement the potential offered by EEG headset technology in development of innovative gaming concepts.
We research the neural, psychological and structural aspects of the gaming experience, analyze the progressive approaches to the medium and overview the future tendencies.
At the end of this Workshop the game-concepts and prototypes will be elaborated.

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Mind games

  1. 1. Creative Gaming
  2. 2. Vladimir Isailovic
  3. 3. Steffen Klaue
  4. 4. Inspiration
  5. 5. framed
  6. 6. Gorogoa
  7. 7. storyteller
  8. 8. Phonopath
  9. 9. metamorphabet
  10. 10. Memory of a Broken Dimension
  11. 11. lumino city
  12. 12. joust
  13. 13. bounden
  14. 14. Background
  15. 15. consoles cycle
  16. 16. Personal Computer
  17. 17. Handheld
  18. 18. Smartphone
  19. 19. consoles cycle - marketing
  20. 20. Bitcoin
  21. 21. Deep Web
  22. 22. JANE MCGONIGAL TED TALK: GAMING CAN MAKE A BETTER WORLD
  23. 23. Technology
  24. 24. Graphene
  25. 25. World’s Lightest Metal
  26. 26. Gamebuino
  27. 27. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hi5kMNfgDS4&feature=player_embedded
  28. 28. http://media.tumblr.com/1d55ffef0d5a19f9c4aaecde657b94c5/ tumblr_inline_n68kqqgQ4L1r2qqra.png Flexible Muscle - Based Locomotion
  29. 29. Synbiota *
  30. 30. Leap
  31. 31. js headtrackr
  32. 32. CLOSE YOUR
  33. 33. Deep Sea http://wraughk.com/deepsea/
  34. 34. AIREAL: Free Air Haptic Display
  35. 35. PRIO-VR
  36. 36. The goal of the course “Mind Games” is to creatively implement the potential offered by EEG headset technology in development of innovative gaming concepts. We research the neural, psychological and structural aspects of the gaming experience, analyze the progressive approaches to the medium and overview the future tendencies. At the end of this Workshop the game-concepts and prototypes will be elaborated.
  37. 37. British physician Richard Caton first noticed the brain's current in 1875.
  38. 38. Neuron Structure
  39. 39. The system involves hooking up several pairs of electrodes on a patient's head.
  40. 40. In deep sleep, the brain transmits delta waves, which fire one to four times per second. Extremely common in very deep meditation, staying conscious during this stage takes practice.
  41. 41. In light sleep, theta waves fire about four to seven times per second. Occur during heightened states of creativity and are found within a deep meditative state.
  42. 42. Alpha waves, which we emit when we're in a relaxed, conscious state, come next at about seven to 13 pulses per second. This is an excellent state to be into program your mind.
  43. 43. Beta waves, which reflect a very excited, focussed on activities or stressed mind, fire fastest at 13 to 40 times per second.
  44. 44. EEG tests can reveal diagnosing epilepsy, sleep disorders, tumors and the effects of a head injury or determine whether a coma patient has become brain dead.
  45. 45. comparison of consumer brain–computer interfaces
  46. 46. A Mindball player
  47. 47. http://www.neurowear.com/projects_detail/shippo.html
  48. 48. This Art Project Lets Anyone Paint With Brainwaves
  49. 49. Actions • Lifting an object • Dropping an object • Pushing an object • Making an object vanish • Rotating an object on six axes Emotions • Excitement • Tension • Boredom • Immersion • Meditation • Frustration Facial Expressions • Winking • Laughing • Crossing eyes • Appearing shocked • Smiling • Getting Angry • Smirking • Grimacing example actions EPOC Emotive
  50. 50. OpenVibe
  51. 51. OpenViBE + P300 *
  52. 52. Mind Controlled Virtual Reality Rift + Hydra + EPOC
  53. 53. Neural Wheelchair Control
  54. 54. open bci
  55. 55. Thought controlled quadcopter *
  56. 56. Describe an EEG/OpenVibe/Biosensor/BCI Idea/Project in a 5 minute presentation. Title, Author (ren), short description, min 5 pictures/ slides, source 
 1 Why did you choose this project? (Aesthetic reasons or you are interested in the topic ...) 2 What happens in the background (techniques), how would you implement it? Task
  57. 57. 1. finish the brainstorming 2. create/formulate a game idea 3. draw a storyboard Make a 10 minutes presentation for Thursday, which includes Elevator Pitch, brainstorming, Sketch/Mood-Drawing, Storyboard, maybe technical Information on how to prototype … homework

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