Because doing a PhD doesn’t always have to be painful, you can also have some fun along the way! I developed, with a 3D Programmer (he did the Unity stuff), a small Virtual Reality (VR) Multiplayer Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Game. The game is intended to be played in VR with a controller (XBox kinda game controller) and an EEG device (only compatible with the Muse for now). The goal is to shoot your opponent and raise your shield to not get hit. The 2 commands can be linked to different BCI paradigm, as the game was intended to be a “Playground” to test BCI algorithms.