[EEG] [Cyborg] Apparently Emotiv Epoc works with BCI2000 P300 Speller.

Todd Anderson tanders at stanford.edu
Thu Oct 7 20:14:48 PDT 2010


I was going to say "I can't believe $300 doesn't cover the cost of the
headset", but then I realized I was thinking in a consumer context and not a
lab mindset (in a lab context, such a device must be $3,000 or so, if it was
reliable).  Anyway, does this mean get on it quick if you want low-level
data access, or will the encryption be broken again in the next version?



On Tue, Oct 5, 2010 at 3:28 PM, Jean Rintoul <jean.rintoul at gmail.com> wrote:

> That is all.
>
> Hail!
>
> The Emokit hack sounds like it won't work in future Emotiv SDK iterations,
> as they are currently losing money on the hardware, and are only making
> money on the research licenses. Oh well. Such is business. They need some
> big game company to pick up the product and develop around it so they can
> sell lots or something.
>
> Jean
>
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