Autonomy and social inclusion through communication without movement

Stand number: 10


BrainAble seeks to improve the autonomy and quality of life of the physically disabled, based on BNCI (Brain/ Neuronal Computer Interface). By combining affective computing, ambient intelligence and virtual environments, a Brain-Computer Interface enables people to communicate without moving.
Visitors of our stand will be able to test the current prototype and experience features such as navigation through the virtual representation of a home, interaction and control of smart home devices as well as the use of social networks and communication tools.