I have the opportunity to work with an Emotiv EEG headset through my University, and I am interested in interfacing it with an Arduino Uno. I have read some solutions that utilize Emokey along with other programs, but I cannot find a download link for Emokey. The associated page says Emokey is included free with the EPOC. Since I own the EEG rather than the EPOC, is it possible to use this software?
If not, I would love any suggestions for interfacing the EEG with an Arduino.
I bought the Research edition SDK with the EPOC+ in March 2015, and I still have the Xavier Control Panel 188.8.131.52 – Premium fr om back then on my old computer (and works on new), but I couldn’t find the EmoKey that would emulate a virtual keyboard [I](and as far as I could tell – bind mental commands to keystrokes on it?)[/I] But before copying the Xavier Control Panel from my old laptop – I wanted to download the latest version from Emotiv – but in ‘My Downloads’ found only an installer for the EDK .dlls (that are about 12Mb after installing, vs 100+Mb of the Control Panel). I have used both the Control Panel, the Test Bench, and also used the EDK .dll files in my own little program, but I couldn’t find the EmoKey? So hence a couple questions:
1) Wh ere can I download the EmoKey module that creates a virtual keyboard and ties mental commands to keystrokes? 2) Why is the Emotiv Xavier SDK (with Control Panel and Test Bench) – no longer available for download (even for users who purchased the Research edition EPOC+) ?