[EEG] This Sunday
josh at anarkiwi.com
Sun Jun 20 20:39:32 PDT 2010
I have been regretfully off on other things past few months - my cup
runneth over! We took delivery of our jet engine recently and are working
on restoring it to running order (it's a 10,000 lbs thrust GE turbofan).
Work has been it's usual hectic pace too. :( The closest I've come to EEG
recently was to visit a friend doing a research study based on Biosemi
hardware, and I was able to record a DVD full of signal (64 channels,
yeah!). I'm happy to share it with anyone who wants it.
At this stage pace shows no signs of slowing. Foo Camp this weekend.
I need another cup of tea,
On Sun, 20 Jun 2010, Tracy Jacobs wrote:
> Thanks for your interest in EEG group. We have unfortunately been
> slacking of late. Today is father's day I believe, for one thing.
> Anyway, I am hoping to do an experiment with some servos which I have
> running on the Basic stamp, to try to control them with EEG data.
> Andreas are you still here? I would love to get your help with this
> any day you're available. Maybe we could use your EEG, because our
> multichannel still has electrode noise issues to resolve. Which is
> another thing we need to work on! I think people are busy lately with
> summer projects and fun. Let me know if ya'll are up for working on
> EEG again, week nights or weekends. Kelly? Josh? What are you guys up
> to? We are close to a working multichannel EEG, are we going to
> finish it?
> On Jun 18, 2010, at 10:14 PM, eric marion wrote:
> > Hello OpenEEG,
> > I'm new and I'm considering visiting Noisebridge for the first time
> > this Sunday. Will people be working on OpenEEG on that day?
> > Thanks,
> > Eric Marion
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Josh Bailey (josh at anarkiwi.com)
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