We're delighted to let you know we're at ICT 2015 in Lisbon this week, demonstrating the CEEDs project (ceeds-project.eu) which Professor Jonny Freeman Coordinated through the Psychology Department at Goldsmiths, University of London.
We're even happier to report that the CEEDs demo we'll be showing has been selected as one of the top 10 'must-see' projects at ICT 2015, by the conference/ show organisers (the European Commission): http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/newsroom/image/document/2015-42/10_must-see_projects_in_lisbon_11209.pdf
In the demo you can see the BrainX3, developed within the project under the Scientific Direction of Prof Paul Verschure (SPECS lab, UPF, Bareclona) and implemented fully at SPECS lab, and in portable versions in London (at i2's lab) and in Padova (in Professor Luciano Gamberini's lab).
The CEEDs approach of implicit interaction with big data sets can be applied to a wide range of big data sets, and we will be pleased to discuss with you how we can develop a customised implementation of the approach to enable you to interact and engage with and make better sense of your big data.
If you're at ICT 2015, pop along to Booth i12 in the Innovate Area (hall 2) at ICT 2015.
And whether you're in Lisbon or not, if you're interested in discussing, please get in contact.