Open source brain-computer interface for makers

Joel Murphy (co-creator of the nifty PulseSensor, an Arduino sensor that detects pulse) teamed up with Conor Russomanno to create the OpenBCI, a Bluetooth-enabled, Arduino-compatible, 8-channel EEG platform that gives you access to high-quality, raw EEG data. What can you do with it? Biofeedback, DIY sleep research, creating art, controlling systems, and more.

They've got a Kickstarter going to fund it.

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  1. I've been waiting for something like this for years!

  2. Haven't we had computer-brain interfaces for a while now already?

    You might not have noticed them, since they aren't usually called 'computer-brain interfaces' - unless your name is Moss - but rather 'monitors and keyboards'...

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