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=== May 1, 2013 === Present: Johny, Daglan, John, Thomas, Aly, Jade, Dan, Kevin, Rohan Recorded: https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/File:SampleEEGdata20130501.txt Understanding dreams via EEG readout Nightmare or not classifier, a good place to start delta 1-4Hz theta 4-7Hz alpha 6-12Hz low beta 12-15Hz normal focus mid beta 16-22Hz high focus high beta 22-24Hz anxiety muscle artifact shortcoming of eeg peak freq marker of stress Rohan will look up information on EEG There will be a burning man device that will be controlled by an EEG headset [http://www.brainocate.com/ Brain-o-cate] --> interactive video game focused on teaching children about the brain [http://www.myzeo.com/sleep/ Zeo] headband EEG made for sleep We like more sensors and high data quality and comfort Computational neuro science on coursera Signal localization *Grid array sensor *Seizure localization 164/256 sensors on the brain, 1/2" apart *32 channel EEG on the surface to get a picture **ElectroCap has cap with 64 sensor places EEG correlate for REM *States http://brainstorms.puzzlebox.info/ LEDs on the HSNPs *Glow different colors by brain state Convert brain waves to audio spectrum *MIDI tones, 4-8Hz offset ==> induce activity *Musical Insturment Digital Interface **Feeback loops **Would have to compensate for delay between the reading device and audio device Classify audio waves via brain monitoring What is the difference between vision/hearing and dreaming or thinking on music in the brain? *dtMRI - detects neuronal activity, by neuron strands Thermal infrared camera to monitor blood-flow in the brain IR cameras to measure full specture, rather than stricly amplitude Could construct a small array of infrared sensors -- more economic
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