Back in the States. My train from Boston to Providence broke down at 12:30am, and I had to get a cab, which meant I got in at around 3am. Ugh.
Updates coming late tomorrow. Pictures from Neurobotics all made it to my PC without issue, but now I need to do some touching up and processing. 8GB worth of pics! I'll post a link to my Flickr account when things are up for display.
And one last thing. I've noticed a pretty big spike in traffic this week. I don't know if it is from Neurobotics members or the Biomechanics class I spoke to at Campus Biomedico in Rome, but I thought I would repeat the site's philosophy/tone. The purpose of this site is primarily to keep track of current events, research reports, and general coverage of BCIs (Brain Computer Interfaces) in the media (scientific and popular). The tone is on the lighthearted side generally (ala Gizmodo, though more tame), and intended to be a a decent "radar" for BCI outside the walls of a general lab setting. Some of it is very topical, some very technical, but there is an even balance (hopefully) of off-topic and general/no-science-background-needed material. Right now it is just me running the show, but I have a feeling that I will soon be adding a few other contributors. If you have any suggestions/questions/concerns, feel free to email me.