One of the most interesting technologies for me at the moment is BCI's, or Brain Computer Interfaces. As soon as I found this technology I instantly thought of hundreds of applications that this type of technology could be useful for, including integrating into my existing IoT, web and mobile applications. This page is a road map of the early days of my involvement with BCI development.
AT & T Foundry 2016
In February I joined a team of developers in participating in the AT&T Foundry Hackathon in Dallas. As the team worked from the event I programmed remotely with the use of Skype and we made a simple proof of concept of how BCI, Brain Computer Interfaces, could be used to help detect epilepsy seizures and send text messages to inform carers. We went on to win the competition which was a great first start in our journey into the world of BCI development.