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 generated a file using the OpenBCI GUI, then later pulled the data into Touchdesigner (non-real time).
In the second attempt, I pointed Touchdesigner to the location of the file as it was being generated and later parsed the data into rows and columns. I’m calling this “semi-real time” because this isn’t as direct as it could be, and presents some timing problems. I would later abandon this in favor of using OSC and other options.