Hack the Brain Prague

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“Hack the Brain Prague” is a hackathon designed for people whose interests center either on the worlds of science or of art or have an interest in both, with an emphasis on connecting creative people and giving them the chance to concentrate for a short period of time on team work with specific goals.

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We are looking for scientists, researchers, artists, coders, graphical programming platforms (e.g. VVVV, Open Vibe, Max MSP, PD …) users, BCI specialists, data miners, developers. If you feel you could contribute to the event in your own way and that the participation could be beneficial for you, please register. There is a symbolic participation fee contributing to the catering service at the venue (30 EU). If you have anything you would like to ask, please contact us – info[ @ ]hackthebrain.cz.

 

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