g.tec has its own research and development department. We are very active in international research projects and provide and develop new technology within many different fields, including BCI, physiology, Virtual Reality, real-time processing, and spike analysis. All hardware and software developments are done within the company by highly educated people, and therefore g.tec can react to new demands quickly.
The following videos show the usage of brain-computer interfaces to control Social Networks, Virtual Reality, robots and many other applications. Importantly, the videos demonstrate real-time analysis of brain signals and other physiological signals. Most of the videos were produced within EC research projects together with partners from different countries and many of the systems also received awards. Enjoy watching.
In 1999, only a handful of real-time BCI systems were working on earth, and most researchers focused on off-line analysis of EEG data. Today, several hundred BCI systems with real-time parameter estimation and user/patient training are used. The following section summaries BCI technology and physiological sensors to give a short overview of current trends.