Explore the art & science of brain-generated signals in the heart of Dublin city! Enjoy summer in Dublin the same way as the Irish do – indoors, out of the rain!
WHAT: Create, explore, connect, learn, hack and build. Two full days in Dublin to experiment with brain-generated signals through the lens of art and science.
WHEN: Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th of June (kick-off event Friday evening 9th of June)
WHERE: Science Gallery Dublin, Pearse St, Dublin 2 (on Trinity College Dublin campus)
WHO: Artists, designers, neuroscientists, experimental psychologists, engineers, developers, hackers, makers and anyone interested in exploring art and science using brain-generated signals.
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.
From March 31st until May 8th, Science Gallery Dublin will invite submissions for Hackathon project ideas. 6 ideas will be selected by the curatorial panel, comprising representatives from the BrainHack consortium. Winning ideas will be announced May 12th. There will be a travel/accommodation bursary of up to €500 for the selected ideas.
Friday June 9th:
15.00-18.00: BCI clinic (drop-in workshops)
18.00-20.00: Kick-off with invited speakers & jury members, introduction to projects from team leaders
Saturday June 10th:
09.00-20.00: Hacking (including intermediate pitching sessions)
Sunday June 10th:
18.00-19.00: Final pitches
19.30-20.00: Awards ceremony
20.00-late: Social event
Sign up here to receive a reminder email when the general registration and Open Call for projects for Hack the Brain Dublin goes live: https://goo.gl/forms/pQLmdzRYtawsP8cT2
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo credit: Memory of a Brain Malformation by Katharine Dowson, part of TRAUMA at Science Gallery Dublin.