[EEG] Any interest in pinball workshop?
hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Tue Mar 9 11:19:00 PST 2010
Actually the only thing that I found challenging is that you need to
be able to hit both paddles in quick succession. Not sure how they
implemented it. I'm sure there's a reasonable approach.
On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 11:14, Andreas Stadler <rain at meta-mind.de> wrote:
> EEG pinball is really a great idea!
> and should be totally doable with openeeg hardware.
> since it probably needs only two distinct brainwave pattern recognitions,
> it would be perfect for an easy to build, and easy to hack, relativly simple
> interactive art eeg brainwave installation.
> with two eeg headsets a further step could be
> a custom pinball multiplayer table,
> where players compete for control over [multiple] balls and multiple targets.
> perfect for training of timed precise brainwave control.
> I was going to do it with a software pinball game,
> but having a real art installation pinball table would be a fun alternative.
> I'm looking forward on working on this at Noisebridge.
> Current projections estimate my physical presence at Noisebridge in early April.
> discordian greetings
> ~Andreas | www.meta-mind.de
> Kelly wrote:
> > The sensebridge/EEG contingent has been recently giggling over this
> > EEG-controlled pinball apparatus:
> > (he's a pinball wizard!)
> > And we got to talking...
> > Pinball is generally speaking, fairly awesome, and it includes a lot
> > of the blinky lights and circuitry we're already familiar with. Would
> > anyone be interested in a workshop on building / fixing / hacking
> > pinball machines?
> > I have some connections (my dad is one of these guys
> > http://www.pacificpinball.org/), and could probably coordinate a
> > fairly elaborate event. Additionally, this could possibly result in
> > donated machine parts to play with / assemble into a working machine.
> > So, is that something people would be into?
> > -Kelly
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