Building brain-controlled interfaces in JavaScript
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Building brain-controlled interfaces in JavaScript
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Building brain-controlled interfaces in JavaScript
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Neurotechnology is the use of technological tools to understand more about the brain and enable a direct connection with the nervous system.
Research in this space is not new, however, its accessibility to JavaScript developers is.
Over the past few years, brain sensors have become available to the public, with tooling that makes it possible for web developers to experiment building brain-controlled interfaces.
As this technology is evolving and unlocking new opportunities, let’s look into one of the latest devices available, how it works, the possibilities it opens up,, and how to get star

Language
English
Level
Beginner
Length
35 minutes
Type
online conference
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Charlie Gerard
Senior frontend engineerNetlify
Charlie is a senior frontend developer at Netlify, a Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies and the author of a book about TensorFlow.js. In her spare time she explores the field of human-computer interaction and builds side projects using machine learning, AR/VR, hardware and creative coding. When she’s not coding, you’ll find her on a hiking trail or enjoying a craft beer at the pub.
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Language
English
Level
Beginner
Length
35 minutes
Type
online conference
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Online Tech Conference 2021 - English Edition | Autumn
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