Here's the information about the project that will appear on site:
Inspiring people to change their world for the better, Not Impossible is committed to the idea of technology for the sake of humanity.
Consisting of a hacked PS3 camera, copper wire and a pair of cheap sunglasses the EyeWriter enabled LA graffiti artist TemptOne to begin to draw again, despite suffering the neuro-degenerative condition known as ALS. While the Eyewriter was activated and de-activated using eye-blink recognition, the degeneration of Tempt’s ability to fast-blink necessitated that the technology progress to activation and de-activation using brainwaves.
From Blink To Think.
The BrainWriter is an EEG headset that can read thoughts and track eye movements, and consists currently of a headband, Olimex sensors, shielding board, OpenBCI board (EEG device) and an eye-tracking device (any of SYMEye, Tobii, EyeTribe as available).
For more information about the exhibition, visit The Barbican site, here.
The Brainwriter Build Team: Javed Gangjee (concept originator) with David Putrino, Daniel Goodwin & Sam Bergen. Not Impossible Pit Crew & Creative: Mick Ebeling, Caskey Ebeling, Elliot Kotek, Paul Freeth, Anke Loh, Nichole Caruso, Hannah Actor-Engel, Jessica Jacklin, Ryan Shaw & Megan Shields. Open BCI: Joel Murphy & Conor Russomanno. Eyebeam: Kaho Abe & Ramsey Nasser. Eye-tracking technology donated by Tobii. EEG technology donated by OpenBCI.
For those unfamiliar with the preceding Eyewriter project, check out Not Impossible founder Mick Ebeling's TED talk on the subject (7 minutes):