frauenfelder at December 11th, 2013 16:09 — #1
brainspore at December 11th, 2013 16:13 — #2
anthonyc at December 11th, 2013 17:04 — #3
space_monkey at December 11th, 2013 17:39 — #4
I've been waiting for something like this for years!
thaumatechnicia at December 11th, 2013 18:08 — #5
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'...
space_monkey at December 11th, 2013 23:57 — #6
Yes, but until this, pretty much anything that wasn't a toy was thousands of dollars, and many systems wouldn't let you access the raw data.
samsam at December 12th, 2013 14:12 — #7
When I last researched this about two years ago, I priced out the parts to build an EEG kit from off-the-shelf parts, and it looked to cost around $500. As far as I know, there was no good OS software then to read any of the data, so you'd have to write that yourself as well.
This looks like it will cost about $300, which is not incredibly cheaper after two years, but still definitely cheaper, and more importantly is probably easier to set up correctly and has what looks to be a solid piece of software backing it.
frauenfelder at December 16th, 2013 16:09 — #8
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