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its a shame that you have to eat a different “treat”. everyone needs a break from working hard. anyway, i really do not think the eeg machine is any more dangerous than other eeg devices that are on the market today. i hope that you will not have to pay for any of the repair costs. the first eq-eeg system i got from sankyo was arguably the best device out there. this system probably has some design errors/complications and is pretty old. much older than the eeg machine i use now, and will probably give me more accuracy in the future. i suppose the motivation comes from having much more fun in the lab, as opposed to doing some real-world work.
the pictures that you posted are from a very lab that had people do this type of work and they were using a emotiv device. have you have ever thought about doing a study like this with the emotiv device to see if people can do this? this could be really really big.
its likely that current research will fail. it is just a matter of time until companies can develop cheap and small enough devices that are as good as current research and medical devices. the market is clearly there, so if you have the money, it makes sense to buy a commercial product to get in on the ground floor of this new industry.
if you want to save yourself some money, i can send you a subject specific pca model for the c3 channel of an emotiv at no charge, since i did the work to generate it. the code for the model is available on the internet.
don’t believe the hype! i’m sure the writer(s) of the news article(s) want it to be true, but there’s really nothing new here. i know some people who are working with body sensors, and this seems to be a pretty common thing. someone is selling an add on for a popular game that measures your heart rate, and in the process has found a use for it. my prediction is that this will either be enhanced as a general purpose device for some other “nerdy” pursuits, or that it will eventually be available at a much higher price point to companies that are trying to make money off the data.
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i personally just checked the logs, and i don’t see any evidence of tampering. so, if you can prove that the data has been compromised, then that would be kind of entertaining. but i highly doubt that you can prove that.
emotiv is a consumer headset that allows for advanced consumer research. our beta sdk was released in early april 2013. prior to that, we released a provisional sdk with limited access that was available to qualified researchers for the week of, april 23rd – 27th. we published version 1.