Did you know that the AFRL Maker Hub has an open source brain control interface device? The Open BCI is a device that reads brainwaves and uses them as input signals to control systems, for direct human interaction with the system instead of using something like a joystick or keyboard. We have a group of BCI users that meet every Thursday morning to investigate the capabilities of the Open BCI. Their work will help pave the way for our Wingman Challenge that will be announced this January on man-machine interfaces. No RSVP needed.