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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
    Participant
    @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.

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