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  • #599
    Nguyen Emy
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    @linh_emy-605029c895e33

    Hi!

    Thank you for being part of EMOTIV’s loyal and supportive global community! We created this thread for you to share your impactful projects and applications leveraging EMOTIV’s APIs, hardware, and software with the whole EMOTIV community. Comment below to let our fellow developers and researchers know what you are working on!

    #602
    Coombes Angie
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    @angiec-60aeb596ce72a

    Our team recently controlled the sound coming from the world’s largest analog synthesizer (called TONTO) using the Emotiv EPOC+ headset. It was a lot of fun! Here’s a link to a short video outlining our project: https://youtu.be/fY7K3QMQeS4

     

    #604
    Nguyen Emy
    Keymaster
    @linh_emy-605029c895e33

    Hey Angie, I’ve watched the video, it’s soo cool! Thanks for sharing with us!

    #606
    McConnell Shannon Lynn
    Participant
    @shlmccon-60b1660ca8a1f

    For my senior capstone project in Music Technology this spring I used an Emotiv Insight with BCI-OSC running into MaxMSP exclusively to control all sounds with my own software instrument designs.  Performance metrics controlled harmonic base via velocity sensitive loop triggers, harmonic tempo, and multiple effect parameters.  Mental commands and facial gestures controlled both a 4 voice polyphonic synthesizer and a wavetable synthesizer.  I scored the piece and wrote a few etudes and accompanied Max patches for others to learn the individual parts!  This piece is titled “Telekinetic Daydream” and the only use of anything other than the Insight is hands to control volume.

    #607
    luckham jerill
    Participant
    @starex12-6058fa0f16135

    Hi Angie, Thank you for sharing. It’s an amazing use of EEG technology in music. Congratulations.

    #608
    luckham jerill
    Participant
    @starex12-6058fa0f16135

    Hello Shannon! Thank you for sharing. It’s very exciting to see projects using EEG technology. It just shows that there is so much potential out there. Congratualtions for job well done.

    #691
    Radziszewski Kacper
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    @dali_rad90-60d26f1cb2302

    Hi,

    As I can see the competition is already over, but still we would like to share our project which integrates BIM (building information modelling) an architectural design methodology with Emotiv EpocX.

    We have used the emotiv API and a python algorith, to send the data as commands to Revit software. Push, pull and hold commands are transformed into the number of levels of a building, a simple addition or subtraction of its number.

    After several training sessions we were able to reach a series of more than 10 commands which were executed flawslessly. The video is in Polish, but there are commands spoken “pull”, “push”, “hold” by the user, as a proof. The algorithm itself had response time between the data collected and the execution in a third party software of less than 1 sec, which made it work realtime.

    We are working on more another project for city analysis with emotiv and metrics recording which will be aided by camera caputure and machine learning vision analysys in the future, so if you are intrested you can find us at:
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/designbotic

    https://www.facebook.com/Designbotic-101234778395111

    #834
    Berry Zachary David Patrick
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    @zakberry-622fa051a837e

    Hi everyone,

    My name is Zachary Berry and I am a London-based artist studying BA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins. I would like to share my latest project using an Emotiv Epoc+. It is a documentation of my process of making a face mask that changes colour depending on EEG data.

    Video link: https://youtu.be/5UocvaPFt7s

    My website: https://zacharyberry.co.uk/

    Would love to hear what you all think of the project!

    #902
    Schilaty Nathan
    Participant
    @drumn8jr-62f64b30db459

    We are utilizing eMotiv EPOCx to identify differences of EEG in those with chronic low back pain. It is theorized that there are central sensitization changes that occur within the brain. EEG is a great tool for us to ‘window’ into the synaptic activity of the brain as it is challenged with motor control tasks.

    #903
    Schilaty Nathan
    Participant
    @drumn8jr-62f64b30db459

    We are utilizing eMotiv EPOCx to identify long-term differences of EEG in those with dementia. There are ties of dementia to the microbiome. With our clinical trial, some participants are receiving intervention to their microbiome and we will track the changes of brain synaptic activity and dementia.

    #904
    Watson Duncan
    Participant
    @d-watson-60a329b4231cc

    I have been using emotiv Insight to record brain wave patterns during long periods of meditation, especially interested in the high amplitude Beta and Gamma waves that occur.  Interesting in hearing from anyone else doing similar personal research.

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