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OpenBCI is an open-source hardware that allows a D.I.Y. community of artists, designers, and engineers to innovate, while serving as a tool for research and innovation. From using brain activity to control a toy spider to engaging a group in collective mind control, the open-source brain computer interface aims to change the way people interact with machines.
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How to Control Things Using Your Brain (and Open-Source Hardware) | Cyborg Nation

Starring: Derek Muller
Featuring: Joel Murphy of OpenBCI and Conor Russomanno of OpenBCI

An Acres Production in Association with reddit
Executive Producers Matt McLaughlin & Andrew Simkiss
Executive Producers Alexis Ohanian & Michael Pope
Hosted by Derek Muller
Special Thanks to r/futurology


Directed by Elizabeth Orne & Cidney Hue
Senior Producer Christian Silberbauer
Produced by Jonathan Yaniv & Jacob Sillman
Cinematographer Sharif El Neklawy
Edited by Cidney Hue
Animations by Ben Mayerv
Written & Researched by Jonathan Yaniv & Jacob Sillman
Color by Irving Harvey | Josh Brede
Mixed by Analogue Muse | Alan Zahn & Pierre-Andre Rigoll
Science Advisor Pascal Wallisch
Additional Photos Courtesy of OpenBCI

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