Fun with brainwaves, part 2

As I promised in Fun with brainwaves, part 1, I’ve written a little WPF application that displays realtime data from Emotiv’s Epoc neuroheadset. It’s a very simple monitoring app, named WPFEmotivClient, that displays the data stream from either EmoComposer or Emotiv Control Panel. The idea is to demonstrate that WPF can consume and display Epoc…

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Fun with brainwaves, part 1

For years, I’ve been interested in human brainwaves, especially the possibility of using nonlinear dynamics (“chaos theory”) to analyze them. But affordable EEG devices simply have not been available. Back in the early 90s, I built a little device from a kit, but the data had only 6-bit resolution, and there were issues with signal-to-noise…

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