Join the Hack the Brain Dublin teams as they talk us through their journey — from the birth of an idea to its production by a bunch of virtual (and analog) strangers and through to their presentation of the (maybe not) finished product, prototype, performance, or installation. This event will showcase the various manifestations of brain-related artworks created or refined during Hack the Brain Dublin.
Our international jury will select winners based on their scientific, artistic, and creative merit. Projects that have particular potential to be developed for the market, for artistic purposes or for research will be picked to be BrainHack Spinal Projects, and will go on to get the opportunity to pitch for an incubation residency in San Francisco, supported by DART17 and the STARTS initiative of the European Commission.
After your brain has been hacked (for better or worse), join us for an afterparty at Medley, Unit 7, Old Irish Times Building, Fleet Street East, Dublin 2 from 21.00.
Partners & Sponsors
The BrainHack project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 686987. The project is supported by the FET Open initiative, which supports the early stages of science and technology research and innovation around new ideas towards radically new future technologies. This project is part of the EU STARTS initiative.
Hardware sponsors: Brain Products GmbH, Starlab Barcelona SLU, g.tec medical engineering
Stuff Sponsor: Sugru
BrainHack partner institutions: T.U. Delft (NL), Waag Society (NL), ArtShare (BE/PT), Santa Lucia (IT) and T.S.R. ACT (CZ).