Biographics Art “I know me”: Image Generation Aiming at EEG Control by Biofeedback
•    Etsuo Genda  and Kosuke Matsunaga
•    “I know me” is an interactive artwork that produces images based on EEG measurements from human participants. Although artists have previously made some interactive image works, we considered using human physiological information as input because it reflects human feelings better.

BRAINWAVE: Common Senses    February 16- April 19, 2008
•    BRAINWAVE: Common Senses responds to current advancements in neurological research by visualizing and investigating the brain’s capacity for sense perception, memory, emotion and logic.

Nita Sturiale     “Thoughtflow”
•    Visitors to the festival were asked to think about the question, "How does thoughtflow like a river?" As they thought, an electroencephelograph was recorded of the participants' brain electrical activity via electrodes placed on the forehead.

Jonny Bradley and Bruce Gilchrist  Thought Conductor
•    Thought Conductor was inspired by the notion: what could have occupied the mind of the musician David Tudor when he performed John Cage's silent composition 4'33"? In reality he would have been preoccupied with keeping track of time, but this led to the idea of a musical performance where musicians are responding not to an arranged score, but instead to a direct manifestation of a conductor's thought processes on stage.

NeuroSky
•    Neurons that comprise the brain work on electrical impulses known as brainwaves. The last century of neurological research has demonstrated that brainwaves of different wavelengths can be indicative of unique emotional and mental states, like a focused awareness, a meditative state, or drowsiness. Brainwaves have been used in medical research and therapy for years. NeuroSky is introducing it to the consumer world.

Emotiv EPOC
•    Our mission is to create the ultimate interface for the next-generation of human-machine interaction, by evolving the interaction between humans and electronic devices beyond the limitations of conscious interface. Emotiv has created technologies that allow machines to take both conscious and non-conscious inputs directly from your mind.