Brainwaves as input method
About this opportunity
At Aristotle Technologies, we’re on a mission to transform the way people enhance their cognitive skills. We’re known for our personalized and data-driven cognitive training software, but we’re not stopping there. Currently, we’re looking into various ways to control how you interact with cognitive exercises. You can use your keyboard, a controller, or even an arcade controller. However, at Aristotle Technologies we enhance your cognitive skills through a method called dual-task training. This means that alongside cognitive exercises, our users also engage in physical tasks. To accommodate a wide range of physical activities, we’re in need of a hands-free controller. Our next frontier? Exploring the potential of brain wave technology.
How would this work?
What if we could utilize an EEG headband or neurotracker? Could our users provide answers using brain waves? These are some of the questions we would like to investigate. We’re particularly intrigued by the possibility of calibrating a neurotracker individually for each user. We want to determine if it can be precise and responsive enough to seamlessly integrate with our software.
It’s your role to delve into the capabilities of EEG headbands and neurotrackers and determine their potential. Can they enable users to provide responses as swiftly as pressing a key? The possibilities are wide open!
What we're looking for
We are looking for a forward-thinking student, whether you’re pursuing a master’s or bachelor’s degree. Your fresh ideas and innovative mindset are what we need.
What's in it for you?
Aristotle Technologies is a dynamic startup, and we’re all ears for new ideas. This means you have the freedom to shape the project beyond this description. Plus, we’re right on the TU/e campus in the Neuron building—how convenient!
We believe in balancing hard work with good times, whether it’s by organizing some drinks or hanging out at Hubble to end the day. Join us and be part of the exciting future of learning!
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