In this post, I’m entering a new area: BCI (Brain-Computer Interface) devices. And I’ll start with OpenBCI because this project has 3 days to go on kickstarter to be founded! Here is the kickstarter video:
Apparently, these guys aren’t happy with proprietary devices like Emotiv Epoc (that we will soon highlight), although such devices have made incredible improvements in reliability and do provide research SDKs.
I won’t describe the 8-input board that can read brainwaves and transmit data through Bluetooth, but rather comment the BCI approach itself in this separate post.