WhiskEye: the robot rat that sees and whisks
Cyberselves: Exploring the world of humanoid social robots
Investigating the human brain’s predictive power at multiple scales – from single synapses to whole brains
SP3 General Stand
Neuromorphic chips, smart vision, and real-world behavioral neuroscience
Computers like Brains – How brain science can guide the design of novel computers
The Neurorobotics Platform: virtual training for future robotics
Accompanying responsible technological innovation
MiRo: A robot that thinks like an animal
The Rehabilitation Gaming System: Grounding Virtual Reality stroke rehabilitation in brain theory
Minimal, mobile, accurate brain activity monitoring plus treatment optimization technology
Designing autonomous flying robots with navigational and learning abilities of a honeybee.
More to be announced.
A limited number of exhibition places are available for companies, research groups, and organisations working in brain science and neurotechnology. If you are interested in exhibiting, please contact Louise Caffrey (firstname.lastname@example.org). An existing relationship with the Human Brain Project is not required.