March 31, 2013

Current Events Calendar

Sacramento, CA

Neurosky Game Jam Saturday, May 11 12:00p Hacker Lab 

Read more here: apps with Neurosky's biosensor technologies. Accelerate your project towards innovation and monetization. Meet fellow devs in the community and learn new skills from the Neurosky team.
NeuroSky's Developer Tools make it easy to create innovative apps that respond to a user's brainwaves and mental states. Their new release expands capabilities across iOS, Android, as well as PC/Mac. Neurosky is coming to Sacramento! They're bringing mindsets and technical reps so we have all the resources necessary.
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Tucson Arizona 
6-9pm april 19-2013

Tucsonn Life Extension Club Meeting

Held at Sinbad's Mediterranean restaurant 810 e univeristy

Toronto Ontario Canada 4:00pm   Cryonics Toronto meetup group through Hazelton Lanes 87 Avenue Road Toronto, ON M5R 3L2.

New York City April 6-2013-1:30pm. Transhuman meetup organized by the singularity NYC group. You can get more details here

Southfield Michigan (April 3-2013)— “Mind over Matter: Empowering the Paralyzed through Brain-Computer Interfaces” is the topic for the 2013 Walker L. Cisler Lecture, which will be delivered by Brown University neurologist and engineer Leigh Hochberg at 7:30 p.m. on April 3/2013 Wednesday at Lawrence Technological University, 21000 W. 10 Mile Road.
The free public event will be held in the Mary E. Marburger Science and Engineering Auditorium in the Science Building. A dessert reception will follow.
Activities like sending emails, playing computer games, and drinking coffee have been impossible for people who are “locked in” their bodies – awake and alert, but unable to move or communicate due to brainstem injuries, strokes, or illnesses like ALS. Until now.
Hochberg is co-director of BrainGate at Brown University. He and his fellow researchers are developing brain-machine interfaces that allow paralyzed people to accomplish these feats and much more.
For more information, call 248-204-3500.

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