The EEGsynth transforms electrophysiological signals (EEG, EMG and ECG) into analogue and digital control signals. This allows anyone to use their own brain and body activity to flexibly and powerfully control devices in real-time. EEGsynth.org is a collaborative interdisciplinary open-source and open-hardware project, bringing together musicians, artists, neuroscientists and developers in artistic, pedagogical and scientific exploration. On this site we focus on the development and documentation of the EEGsynth. Make sure to regularly check out our blog for the latest news.

For more information about 1+1=3 and how the EEGsynth is being used in performances and workshops, please visit oneplusoneisthree.org. You can see a recent presentation Stephen Whitmarsh gave at IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique) here. Also make sure to check out the exciting COGITO project, in which we are using the EEGsynth to send 32-channel EEG into space with a 25-meter radiotelescope.

Please feel free to contact us with questions, suggestions for for collaborations, and invitations to present the EEGsynth or to give hands-on workshops on EEG analysis and brain-computer-interfaces (BCIs).