Unlocking the web for people with locked-in syndrome

People with locked-in syndrome

cannot voluntarily chew, swallow, breathe, speak or produce any movements besides eye blinking and eye movement, all while being fully conscious of their environment.

3 Billion people

use social media on a daily basis. It is a large part of modern social interaction. People with locked-in syndrome cannot access it due to physical limitations.


Neurotechnology that enables eyes-only operability of the web

By using Steady State Visually Evoked Potentials (SSVEP), BrainBrowsR analyzes brain signals and determines what the user is focussing on.

BrainBrowsR is a

student club project by

who is sponsored by

and partnered with


Our project is completely open source. View our code, project information and documentation on our github by clicking this box.