[EEG] 64 channel active electrode goodness
josh at anarkiwi.com
Thu Apr 29 19:06:27 PDT 2010
It is a commercial Biosemi system; it outputs BDF (24-bit version of EDF).
It's too big for me to post, but, I will edit it down and convert to EDF
and post that.
As you can see from the pic we had sensors positioned to measure eyeblink
in particular, and before we burned the DVD there was pretty much 100%
correlation with those sensors. Pretty nice.
On Thu, 29 Apr 2010, Andreas Stadler wrote:
> looks like you had a good time with a very professional EEG setup.
> How was the EEG feedback data visualized?
> What data format is the data in? Can I take a look at the data?
> what is our next step to replicate a setup like this at Noisebridge?
> I was thinking of building a 4 channel frontal lobe
> convenient, easy to use, dry electrode EEG system,
> with DLR and eye blinking sensor.
> I have the neccessary circuit boards,
> and people interested in soldering them up,
> but the parts would be about 200-300$
> If funding were aquired the headset would remain at Noisebridge
> for public use and hacking,
> only sometimes borrowed to present it at public events.
> ~Andreas | www.meta-mind.de
> Josh Bailey wrote:
> > http://casuallethality.com/?p=732
> > We recorded a DVD's worth of my noise. This is my friend Nikki's setup.
Josh Bailey (josh at anarkiwi.com)
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