Jim Galasyn's Learning Curve

Adventures in Windows programming.

Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: Neuroheadset Kickstarter project: 34 hours and $16,000 to go on $1.5 million goal – UPDATE: We made it!

    I’m very enthusiastic about this project. If it reaches the $1.5 million stretch goal in the next 34 hours, Emotiv’s new Insight neuroheadset will get a 3-axis magnetometer to detect absolute direction, which makes the 6-axis accelerometer (from the $1 million stretch goal) much more useful. Will we...
  • Blog Post: Greatly improved neuroheadset closes in on $1.5 million Kickstarter goal

    Longtime readers know that I’ve been a big supporter of Emotiv’s EPOC neuroheadset from the beginning. Now Emotiv has designed a new device that promises to be much more usable in physically active situations. It’s the Insight, and Emotiv has a worthy Kickstarter project to raise cash for starting the...
  • Blog Post: Emotiv Engine Client Library is posted at CodePlex

    I finally got my act together and posted the code for my EmoEngineClientLibrary , which is a C# wrapper around the DotNetEmotivSDK.dll assembly that ships with the Emotiv SDK . Browse the source code Browse the documentation overview You may recall this code library from such blog posts as: Kinect-Emotiv...
  • Blog Post: Kinect-Emotiv mashup prototype

    Longtime readers of the Learning Curve know about my fascination with brainwaves, aka, neurodata ( Again with the brainwaves ). Then along came Kinect, which provided a pleasant distraction. But how to get the best of both worlds? With the release of the Kinect for Windows SDK , it became an interesting...
Page 1 of 1 (4 items)