[EEG] Hacking the cap

Josh Bailey josh at anarkiwi.com
Sun Jan 31 16:42:25 PST 2010


Yes. Other than Monday and Friday nights, I'm free.

Sorry I couldn't stay. There was a bit much activity there for me in my 
current state. Should be back on deck by tomorrow.

I will bring back my rig. I am adding a battery eliminator to it now. One 
less thing to worry about it.

I'd like to try one last round with the cap before we slice into it. I 
agree the current connectors suck.

I agree making a new one from scratch is a fantastic idea, either that or 
leave everyone's head in the dryer a bit longer.

On Sun, 31 Jan 2010, Kelly wrote:

> Sorry you're sick, and sorry I missed you. So are we going to try to
> find another day this week to work? You have my calendar...
> 
> I showed Tracy how to do the electrode pins, but now I'm holding the
> cap and I really want to cut off this ribbon cable.  We have female
> connectors for those amp pins... How about we just redo the whole
> thing? I think it's about time we started taking this cap apart.  So
> I'd like to redo all of the connectors, and I also think we should
> start making another, larger cap. We have a serger and I have some
> mesh material.  Maybe I can recruit some wearables folks...
> 
> -Kelly
> 
> On Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 1:39 PM, Josh Bailey <josh at anarkiwi.com> wrote:
> >
> > Feeling a bit fragile, but heading in now. I shall be there from about
> > 2:30 I guess.
> >
> > Will bring the re-worked board.
> >
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