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Mindflex Arduino hack to visualize brain waves
posted February 21 2011 21:53.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Mindflex, is a cool 2 years old gadget, which can translate a human's thought into control commands. 11 months ago, 3 people from mentalblock.net, Arturo Vidich, Eric Mika and Sofy Yuditskay managed to hack it and directly extract+visualize its data on the monitor of a PC, with the help of an Arduino board. Visit this link to read more about this interesting hack. They also wrote a library for Arduino for all those DIY fans, and also they offer the visualization software for free! Super!

[Via: electronics-lab]    [Link: frontiernerds]
Tags: mindflex   crazy hack   electronic project   diy   microcontroller   arduino   games and fun   sensors   mind control   pc related   

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