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- IDEAS LABEmotiv EPOC Brain Activity Map
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IMPORTANT: To install on Windows 7 & Vista. Right click the installer and select "Run As Administrator". Please pick your preferred platform for this app, MAC or Windows, by choosing from the drop down menu.
Emotiv EPOC Brain Activity Map
This application displays a real-time map of your mental activity in four significant brainwave frequency bands. Adjustable gain allows you to see detailed information and relative strengths between different brain regions. Adjustable buffer size allows you to see instant responses or average activity over longer periods.
Delta (0.5-4Hz) - indicating deep sleep, restfulness, and conversely excitement or agitation when delta waves are suppressed
Theta (4-8Hz) - indicating deep meditative states, daydreaming and automatic tasks
Alpha (8-15Hz) - indicating relaxed alertness, restful and meditative states
Beta (15-30Hz) - indicating wakefulness, alertness, mental engagement and conscious processing of information.
Compatible with the Emotiv EPOC consumer headset and SDK developer and research headsets.
Reviews Marta Ferraz, 11/10/2010 09:06:16Hello,
LOPEZ DAVID, 10/11/2010 12:11:57Hello, the map representation could assume the specific more activation of different regional areas as motor cortex, premotor cortex or sensorial cortex? Thank you David gmac, 09/03/2010 02:37:18Hi Xander,
The Brain Activity Map does not record data. I suggest the Research Edition SDK which contains full capture, recording and display of EEG data in *.EDF format, or convert to text format. You can import this data into many free packages such as EEGLab, BCI2000 and OpenViBE (the latter two packages work in real time if you prefer). Or you can read it directly into Matlab, or write your own custom real-time analysis program in C++ or .NET languages. The data is available in real time through API calls.
Any further questions?
Xander Krieg, 09/02/2010 05:37:16I am a researcher from an psychological institution in Japan and was wondering if your software would be able to measure the differences in alpha wave activity between research participants (if the gain was set at the same level for each person) and record it in numerical data. And I was wondering whether your software would be able to detect symmetry (or asymmetry) between alpha waves in the right and left hemisphere of the frontal cortex, and represent it numerically.
I am very interested in your work, and am at amazed at how Emotiv has developed this device. Keep up the good work!
Peter Thomsen, 08/11/2010 08:18:16This is how I've done it, with two instances of testbench and the brain activity map, running at the same time, in that way I can get the full overview of what's happening. The only thing is that I have to get some screens with a better resolution. I'm so sorry about the funny faces and the speed, had some problems converting the video.
You can see the video here.
And on my page here.