Using SDK on Raspberry Pi

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  • #261324

    Thomas Temme


    I’m trying the newest community-sdk with the python samples on a Raspberry Pi. Has anybody of you got the EPOC running on a Raspberry Pi, yet?
    When running for example the the call `libEDK = CDLL(libPath)’ crashes with “Illegal Instruction”.
    The libPath references to the “” within “bin/armhf/”.

    Has anybody an idea why this is happening? No difference if I’m using Python 2 or 3. I’m using Raspberry Pi Model B.

    Many Thanks in advance,

  • #261398

    Dinh Duong Ha

    Hi Thomas,
    We only support Raspberry Pi 2 or above (which supports hard-floats).

    Dinh Ha

  • #264588

    Tejwani Krishna

    I am also trying to interface emotiv epoc+ with raspberry pi and i have successfully collected RAW data from EPOC on raspberry pi but i am unable to process that data like i want to get the alpha, theta and other waves from the signal and want to process this data like we are doing in emotiv control panel to give commands to app and i want to work with GPIO pins also.
    Thanking you in anticipation.

  • #264664


    Community SDK has API calls available to get bandpower information from each sensor. You can also use Emotiv Mental Commands through API calls. Check out the examples

  • #265312

    jugade sanket

    Does the research edition SDK of Emotiv Insight provides access to raw EEG data on raspberry pi?? If not then how to get the raw eeg data on RPi ?

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