February 28, 2016 at Sofia University USA in Palo Alto.
We will be hosting a monthly Hack & Play Day at TTL the last Sunday of every month. So mark your calenders and get ready to connect. Here’s the run-down for this month’s meetup.
12-1: Introductions, Meditation, Demo
1-6: Hack and Play
6-7:Demos and Closing
Hack Day is an informal event as part of TTL’s broader effort to support a community of transformative technology makers, and revolutionize humanity’s well-being.
Here is a list of some of the technologies we have to play with at the upcoming Hack & Play Day:
3+x InteraXon Muse
2 x 8 ch OpenBCI systems
2 x 5 ch OpenEEG systems
BioExplorer Software Haps
Various active and passive electrode systems
GSR2 Plus with temperature
HeartMath emWave 2 Pro
Pupil Labs 120Hz binocular system
Foc.us v2 developer edition
Neurozapper tDCS system
Wide variety of electrodes
Binaural Beats w/Brain Wave Input
Transparent Corp Mind Workstation
Homido Virtual Reality Headset
Samsung Gear VR
Weller soldering station
SainSmart UDB1005S 5MHz DDS Function Signal Generator, Source Frequency Counter
Siglent SDS1052DL Digital Storage Oscilloscope with Frequency Counter
KKmoon High Precision Digital DDS Dual-channel Signal Source Generator Arbitrary Waveform Frequency Meter
Extech EX430 True RMS Autoranging Multimeter with K Type, Capacitance, Frequency, and Duty Cycle
Dr.Meter® 30V/5A Single-Output DC Power Supply 110V/220V Switchable
Lots of pieces and parts…
About the Transformative Tech Lab at Sofia University
TTL is a vibrant community of engineers, meditators, scientists, researchers, inventors, makers, entrepreneurs, investors, and industry veterans. Our mission is to help you discover, develop, repurpose and commercialize technologies designed to improve the psychological wellbeing of humanity on a massive scale.
The Lab will be offering some light-snacks, but also feel free to contribute something to food on hand (if you want) so we can keep our bodies nourished, and brains happy.
Coming from SF? Need a ride? Email email@example.com, and we will work some carpooling magic.
Have a project idea? Send a short summary to firstname.lastname@example.org, with skills/hardware needed, and we’ll work to make sure you get it.
Don’t have an idea? No problem! Join one of our community projects, and learn about the most promising new technologies in the space.
Have a demo? Feel free to bring it to showcase! (let us know beforehand so we can plan for it)
Hope to see you there!