[Noisebridge-discuss] Donating my sleep to science?

Kevin Schiesser bfb at riseup.net
Tue Oct 1 06:10:47 UTC 2013


On 09/29/2013 02:11 AM, Jean-Luc Picard wrote:
> Is there still a dream team?  I have an autism spectrum disorder & 
> have never slept properly until I've had melatonin supplementation in 
> conjuncton with marijuana use, so my sleep can be pretty effectively 
> scientifically controlled.  I also have plenty experience with lucid 
> dreaming so I feel with relatively minimal training I could be a prime 
> suspect for that awesome-vintage EEG machine you guys have.  My girl 
> also has experience w/ modern EEGs from her university.  I'm really 
> interested in what could be crapped out of my readings, though I'm 
> afraid I don't have a background in neuroscience.  Anyone interested?
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Yes, we are able to record your sleep-state eeg anytime. Sadly the 
vintage EEG is not operational. We are, however, set up to use 
Neurosky's single electrode EEG or a 2-channel EEG, constructed from 
these designs.. 
http://www.instructables.com/id/open-brain-wave-interface-hardware-1/

When are you available to meet? If many are interested we can create a 
wiki page.. Let's collect this valuable data. --Kevin


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