Open BCI is an open source Brain Computer Interface project. Back in 2014, I supported one of their early Kickstarter programs and got one of the 8-bit EEG boards.
After some rather discouraging initial results, and a long time away from the project, I have found some folks interested in the same applications of the technology and we’re setting some goals for development.
Some recent progress is shown below:
OpenBCI – OSC stream mapped to multiple objects in Touchdesigner
This is an extended example of a single channel of BCI data sent to Touchdesigner via OSC. The main difference here is that I am breaking out each of the […]
Reading Cyton Data from Files
These videos recap some of my earlier proof of concept attempts for getting data into Touchdesigner using file output capability of the OpenBCI GUI. In the first case, I first […]
Band Power via OSC into Touchdesigner mapped to sine wave
Continuation of previous experiments with getting BCI data into Touchdesigner.
OpenBCI into Touchdesigner via OSC mapped to Sine Wave
This is a rudimentary demo of an OpenBCI signal (in this case, FFT of channel 5) mapped to an audio generator (Sine wave generator). As I move my arm the […]
OpenBCI: Cyton OSC Data to Touchdesigner
This video shows OpenBCI Cyton live data input to Touchdesigner via OSC protocol. The good thing here is that data is finally coming in live, rather than from a saved […]