Brain Computer Interfaces and VR: the future of interfaces? | Fotis Liarokapis | TEDxNTUA

Is it possible to connect our brain to an external machine? What is the future of this kind of interfaces?

Fotis Liarokapis is an Associate Professor and the director of the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory at Masaryk University. Ηe has served as the Director of Interactive Worlds Applied Research Group at Coventry University and a research fellow at the Serious Games Institute. He has organised multiple conferences and workshops and he is the co-founder of VS-Games international conference.

In #TEDxNTUA19 he will present the #Enigma of the brain and its connection to external machines as well as the role of virtual reality in human evolution.
Fotis Liarokapis is an Associate Professor and the director of the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory at Masaryk University, Faculty of Informatics at Brno, Czech Republic. Before, he was the Director of Interactive Worlds Applied Research Group (iWARG), Faculty of Engineering and Computing at Coventry University and a research fellow at the Serious Games Institute (SGI). He has contributed significant publications in the broad areas of virtual and augmented reality, serious games and brain-computer interfaces. He has organised multiple conferences and workshops and he is the co-founder of VS-Games international conference. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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  1. I arrived here from, Magnetic studies on earth due to Telepathy Empathy MRI scans of Schizophrenics. I am a Heavy gamer, and tech person. Thankyou for the talk Fotis. Cheers.

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