Inhibition-eeg is a hub with information on the Inhibition project and a meeting place for makers, artists, scientists, hackers and creative technologists interested in eeg, machine-learning, wearable technologies and audio synthesis. Inhibition begun as a project by Marinos Koutsomichalis revolving around an intelligent headset that is capable of EEG (electroencephalography), algorithmic sound synthesis and machine learning. Inhibition has been commissioned by Onassis Cultural Foundation for the ‘Hybrids’ media art exhibition, curated by Ars Electronica and hosted in Athens, GR between November 2016 and January 2017. Koutsomichalis’ original prototype has been designed to inhibit concentration following the artist’s interest in how machine learning schemata, neuro-feedback and bio-technological autopoiesis may bring forth new kinds of uncanny and hybrid ‘meta-minds’. Inhibition is more than that, however. The project embraces the open-source software/hardware paradigm from ground up to forward hands-on audience participation and community-driven experimentation. Electronic schematics, 3d-printable/cnc-millable models, code, and all sorts of other technical resources (including links to other sites) are made available herein. Individuals are, then, invited to socialise with one another using the site’s forum, to contribute technical material, and to upload/embed images/video showcasing their own creative outcomes at the gallery section. (If you want to contribute material please email your request at ‘marinos marinoskoutsomichalis com’ to be granted author privileges). All in all, Inhibitions seeks to demystify and to democratise the technologies it revolves around, to inaugurate a creative interlocking between its genitor and all sorts of audiences and, eventually, to become an inter-disciplinary playground where paradigms of emergent, hybrid and synergetic bio-technologically produced cognisance may be tried out.