Well I personally would like to see the result of meditation and other
activities that change
the state of mind. I'd like to make a simple game based on this. I
haven't heard of someone
doing this, and I have no idea if it would even be effective.
EEG and meditation:
But there are plenty of possibilities.
If it's really as simple as it sounds, then for a few hundred dollars
more kids with add or adhd
could have a personal system to train with. Normally EEG machines are
a few grand.
EEG and ADHD therapy: http://www.healing-arts.org/children/ADHD/biofeedback.htm
Controlling a computer by thinking is very cool.
EEG and HCI: http://johnnylee.net/academic/BCI%20Presentation6.ppt
However, tracking changes during meditation and making a game to aid meditation.
Those are my interests at the moment.
On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 1:08 PM, Sean Dague wrote:
> On 03/27/2010 11:11 AM, Jeremy Bongio wrote:
>> Texas Instruments is coming out with a microchip that takes care of
>> most of the difficulty with building EEG machines.
>> Each should cost around $25 for an 8 lead chip. I'm considering buying
>> a bunch when they are released.
>> With this chip it looks like the most difficult part to building an
>> EEG machine is feeding 8 digital signals to a computer.
>> Or more than 8 if you daisy chain them. There's a formula in the spec
>> for how many can be daisy chained.
>> -Jeremy Bongio
> Well, you could probably take that into an arduino then output to
> something more computer friendly from there.
> Anything specific you are planning to do with these?
> Sean Dague Mid-Hudson Valley
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> There is no silver bullet. Plus, werewolves make better neighbors
> than zombies, and they tend to keep the vampire population down.