Researchers’ Night 2013 Recap and thanks!

Posted on by on September 14th, 2013 | Comments Off



Our young (and not-so-young) friends came to our stand on Friday night, 27/9/2013 and played video games with their minds! From 6:00 o’clock in the afternoon until late into the night people came to the Center for Game Studies stand and played our video games, all the while learning how we use their brainwave activity and turn it into game actions.

Our recent interns, George Neokleous, George Tziazas, Elena Soteriou, and Andria Xenofontos really had their hands full! Together with Dr. Georgios Christou, the Center’s director, they engaged with the audience, and helped many children unlock the mysteries of Brain-Computer Interfaces as they can be used in video games. The children who attended and played with us were ecstatic, and kept coming back for more! We didn’t even have time to talk about our other game, “International Time Agency“!

We want to thank everyone who came and played with us, and we also extend a big thank you to our interns! Without your help guys, it would be nearly impossible to get everything running as smoothly as it went!

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