Hack the Brain Dublin is an immersive creative weekend in Science Gallery Dublin which aims to get artists, designers, neuroscientists, experimental psychologists, developers and engineer working together in transdisciplinary teams to develop ideas into prototype artworks, objects, inventions or interfaces which use or harness brain signals and brain-computer interface (BCI) technology.
Teams work together to explore, collaborate, converse, and make work together over the course of the weekend. It doesn’t have to be complete or perfect, but something new will be made.
Coordinator: TU Delft, other participants are: Trinity College, Dublin (Ireland), Artshare (Portugal), Fondazione Santa Lucia (Italy) and T.S.R. ACT SRO (Czech Republic).
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 686987.