September 17th, 2010 | by dnw |
Back in 2008 on this blog I reported on Emotiv epoc headset development and flagged its potential for thought control input.
A few days ago H+ magazine blog featured an interview with Cody Brocious
Cody Brocious has created Cody’s Emokit project, an open source library for reading data directly from the Emotiv EPOC EEG headset.
Having readily available software in an open source development environment opens up potential for developers to start creating cool apps in the brain-computer interface space.
[Source: H+ magazine – Emotiv EPOC EEG Headset Hacked]. Hat tip @cait