Stephen Hawking's interface for writing combined with T9 predictive keyboard.
What it does
It scans signals from muscle movement in your face and sends signals through web sockets to the front-end application for controlling simple T9 keyboard.
Challenges we ran into
Limitations of BCI when it doesn't know how to read much - basically only very simple signals and they must be strong ones. Also interaction problems of very slow writing on a classical keyboard.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
The whole journey, actually.
What we learned
That it's long path in front of us to get some meaningful data from the brain.