Consortium for Accessible Multimodal Brain-Body Interfaces
Welcome to the CAMBI website. The Consortium for Accessible Multimodal Brain-Body Interfaces (CAMBI) is a group of engineers, computer scientists, rehabilitation scientists, and neuroscientists designing neurotechnologies for expressive communication. CAMBI is part of an international, interdisciplinary professional community that strives to foster research leading to technologies that enable people to interface with the world through brain signals.
CAMBI members work on many different projects that are driven by user-centered design methodologies and based on an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) model of participation. We believe that individuals with complex communication needs and their carers should be part of our research and development efforts, from asking the initial research questions to disseminating the results. We strongly support the Communication Bill of Rights, which states that all people with a disability of any extent or severity have a basic right to affect, through communication, the conditions of their existence.
Our research and development efforts are designed to inform clinical practice and provide evidence and state-of-the-art engineering innovation for neurotechnology development. We present information for end users and family members, for clinicians, for device designers, and for neuroscientists who are interested in brain function. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about our team and our clinical translational research projects. Please check out our resources for researchers, clinicians, and potential users and their families, as well as our publications and the latest news. Thank you for visiting!