(Short Paper) Forrest Z. Shooster and Chase Slattery et al. 2017. The Big Wave: An Accessible Parallel Gameplay Information Gathering Puzzle Game made for the Global Game Jam. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Game Jams, Hackathons, and Game Creation Events - ICGJ 17 (February 2017).
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(Abstract) Reena John, DO, and Forrest Shooster, BS. 2020. Abstracts from the 23rd Annual Meeting of the North American Neuromodulation Society. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface 23, 3 (2020), e141–e142.
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(Poster) Forrest Shooster, BS, Reena John, DO, Scott MacDougall, MD, and Christian Gonzalez, MD. Comparison of Multi-Lesion Geometry and Bovine Tissue Impedance Change between Radiofrequency Ablation Devices. 23rd Annual Meeting of the North American Neuromodulation Society (2020).
We have donated some of our alpha software for research on neurotechnology for those with disabilities like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and muscular dystrophy. Check out those links to learn more about people with those conditions! For more information on the Rochester Institute of Technology's Neurotechnology Exploration team lab (NXT), please check out their website here! Our technologies, specifically, Project STATIC and Project SANS, have been offered to NXT for use in their research efforts. Because we shared a common goal in helping people with disabilities in need through research, and to get the word out to other researchers that our technologies exist, we agreed to a partnership with NXT wherein we offer, to their lab and students, free access to a special version of our software which they are free to use in any of their research efforts. This license permits educational, academic, and research uses of the software for the sake of helping students to become better scientists and helping to collect human subjects data for the sake of better technologies for the disabled.
Provided some server computational resources for Folding@Home SARS-Cov-2 molecular simulations to help scientists studying covid-19