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?
There is no silver bullet. Plus, werewolves make better neighbors
than zombies, and they tend to keep the vampire population down.