Instructables: exploring - technology - eeg - featured Tue, 28 Jul 2015 06:40:37 PDT BLOX v1.01 Mind Controlled Fan for ALS or Paralyzed patients.
Mind Controlled Fan for ALS or Paralyzed patients. - More DIY How To Projects]]> BhuvneshT1 People with severe disabilities cannot interact with their environment as normal people. They always need assistance in doing small tasks like switching on a Fan or a TV. To bridge this gap between a patient and a switch there needs to be someway that does not require muscle movements. The best way ...
By: BhuvneshT1

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Mon, 18 May 2015 11:07:01 PDT
Control A Computer With Your Mind!
Control A Computer With Your Mind! - More DIY How To Projects]]> gigafide Controlling your computer with your mind definitely seems like something still out of a sci-fi movie, but mind control is actually a relatively easy and cheap thing to accomplish. Using a cheap EEG toy, let's use the power of our mind to send commands to our computer. There’s a lot to do, so let’s s...
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Sat, 25 Apr 2015 19:41:32 PDT
Beanie Turns Brainwaves into Light
Beanie Turns Brainwaves into Light - More DIY How To Projects]]> wavelet_spaghetti Ever wanted to visualize your brain activity in real-time? Move an object on a screen with your mind? This tutorial shows you how to make a recreational EEG beanie that turns brainwaves into light. It also demonstrates how to use the hat to control audiovisual interfaces in Processing.I wanted a toy...
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Sat, 18 Oct 2014 09:41:47 PDT
Adding Bluetooth to an EEG headset for mind-controlled projects
Adding Bluetooth to an EEG headset for mind-controlled projects - More DIY How To Projects]]> AndreLe Controlling things with your mind is awesome. Unfortunately, EEG headsets like the NeuroSky MyndWave are a bit too pricey if you just want to experiment. Last year, I wanted to see what I could control with my brain on a student's budget.I came across FrontierNerd's Brain Hack tutorial, which gave m...
By: AndreLe

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Fri, 5 Sep 2014 19:30:12 PDT
Brain Wave Drawing Machine
Brain Wave Drawing Machine - More DIY How To Projects]]> juanifico This machine was originally built for a gallery show that I had last semester. It takes input from an EEG brainwave scanner and uses it to control the position of a marker in real time. This machine is based on the polargraph by Euphy. The polargraph software is a great application for transfering d...
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Mon, 7 Jul 2014 13:42:11 PDT
DIY EEG (and ECG) Circuit
DIY EEG (and ECG) Circuit - More DIY How To Projects]]> cah6 EEGs are a noninvasive way to look into your brain. While the brain is extremely complex, areas of it can lock into circular firing patterns, resulting in telltale brain waves that one can observe with the right equipment. Intensity of these waves change depending on your internal state. The waves w...
By: cah6

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Fri, 10 Aug 2012 11:20:17 PDT
EEG "Coral" headband dukode I'm working on a series of fanciful electroencephalography (EEG) headbands to be used for a science planetarium game. The subject of the game may be ocean acidification, and these headbands are adorned with 3D printed clips that resemble flowering plants, anemones, and coral. A 3D clip over each ear...
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Mon, 4 Jun 2012 22:42:13 PDT
How to hack EEG toys with arduino
How to hack EEG toys with arduino - More DIY How To Projects]]> frenzy i had heard a few years back about the ability of hooking up toy EEGs so you can interface them with your computer.  I was reminded of this for a project i wanted to do for a class (instructable coming soon ;-)), and i also found a "Star Wars force trainer" on amazon for 30 bucks.  Here is the sim...
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Mon, 12 Sep 2011 15:38:54 PDT
Brain-Controlled RC Helicopter
Brain-Controlled RC Helicopter - More DIY How To Projects]]> puzzlebox This Instructable will show you how take a Radio Controller Helicopter and modify the remote control hardware such that it can be operated by free, open source computer software and flown based on brainwave measurements of concentration and relaxation taken by consumer-grade EEG headsets. The ...
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Sun, 19 Dec 2010 09:29:31 PST
Flash Nap
Flash Nap - More DIY How To Projects]]> TimAnderson How I use a flashing bicycle light to make a nap more refreshing. Like other forms of meditation, don't expect it to work for you on the first try.Here I am taking a ten minute nap in a closet. I've got a red LED bicycle flasher resting on my right eye. It's flashing at about 6.5 times a second.I'm...
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Tue, 29 Aug 2006 12:34:43 PDT