NeuroGaming Conference and Expo 2014

Hey NeuroGamers!

The big NeuroGaming Conference and Expo 2014 is happening on May 7-8 in San Francisco, and we've rented out the entire City View at Metreon. We'll have nearly 50 speakers and 30 companies showing the coolest technology. Please come out and see what the future really holds!

This year we are focusing on the convergence of mind and body with game play using all kinds of cutting-edge technology including virtual reality, neurosensing, motion and gesture control, augmented reality, haptics, eye tracking, facial recognition and more.

Confirmed speakers for this year's event include Palmer Luckey, Founder, OculusVR talking about the future of virtual reality play; Ed Fries, Co-creator of the Xbox talking about secrets from the future; Stanley Yang, CEO and Founder, NeuroSky discussing entertainment neurogaming; Robin Hunicke, Founder, Funomena talking about emotional game design; Mike Ambinder, Valve discussing emotional gaming technologies; Tan Le, CEO and Founder, Emotiv on neurosensing for wellness and entertainment; and Tim Chang, Managing Director, Mayfield Fund on investing in neurogaming.

Companies exhibiting at this year's event include Emotiv, ViviTouch, Advanced Brain Monitoring, NeuroSky, Mindo, Throw Trucks with Your Mind, Intific, Leap Motion, faceshift, DAQRI, Blue Marble Brain Company, MindLight, Briim, Ontario Brain Institute, NeuroElectrics, CastAR and many more.

See the whole program at www.neurogamingconf.com

Save $100 off registration with code: future

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