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by griffin.milsap
02 Mar 2016, 10:24
Forum: Software Development
Topic: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test
Replies: 28
Views: 21960

Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Got it. Not sure what you mean by my "interim verdict", but I think it's getting really close! I haven't done much with the contributions lately, so I'm not entirely sure if they're working well, but I've done some timing tests on our Blackrock system and I can validate that I've got really nice loo...
by griffin.milsap
01 Mar 2016, 17:45
Forum: Software Development
Topic: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test
Replies: 28
Views: 21960

Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Thanks Peter,

In the future, should I just post stuff like this to the bug tracker? What sort of bug reports should go here?

-Griff
by griffin.milsap
01 Mar 2016, 15:17
Forum: Software Development
Topic: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test
Replies: 28
Views: 21960

Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Two more bugs: 1. If an initialized system that has a hidden operator window is "reset", the entire system closes and Operator.exe finishes execution. If Operator.exe has a visible window, it doesn't finish execution. The expected behavior is that Operator.exe remains open and the remote session can...
by griffin.milsap
12 Jan 2016, 11:30
Forum: Software Development
Topic: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test
Replies: 28
Views: 21960

Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Hey folks, Another bug to report. Is this the better place to have them, or should they be put into the bugtracker? * Lowercase "caption" text in stimulus presentation results in visual artifacts when the caption is concealed; specifically from the bits of text that hang-under the line -- See the li...
by griffin.milsap
10 Dec 2015, 17:02
Forum: Software Development
Topic: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test
Replies: 28
Views: 21960

Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

@Victor: You can find the source for this beta of BCI2000 at http://www.bci2000.org/svn/trunk. We seem to be experiencing an issue with the load_bcidat.mexmaci64, wherein it loads dat files recorded with old versions of BCI2000 but not the 3.6 beta. The mexw32 and mexw64 binaries appear to be capabl...
by griffin.milsap
09 Dec 2013, 18:16
Forum: Configuration
Topic: run bci2000 with g.HIamp amplifier
Replies: 9
Views: 4140

Re: run bci2000 with g.HIamp amplifier

Yikes... That looks like a bug. I'm unable to debug without a Hiamp, this was from HEAD SVN, so we should take a closer look. For now, I guess you're going to have to go with 32 bit. If that's simply impossible, you could try downloading SVN HEAD and compiling previous versions until the executable ...
by griffin.milsap
04 Dec 2013, 10:52
Forum: Configuration
Topic: run bci2000 with g.HIamp amplifier
Replies: 9
Views: 4140

Re: run bci2000 with g.HIamp amplifier

Here is the 64 bit gHIampSource.exe, let me know if it works for you (This was compiled with the latest HEAD revision, so technically this should load the 32/64 bit binary DLL at runtime. I think.)

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/264 ... Source.exe

-Griff
by griffin.milsap
29 Nov 2013, 17:36
Forum: Configuration
Topic: run bci2000 with g.HIamp amplifier
Replies: 9
Views: 4140

Re: run bci2000 with g.HIamp amplifier

Hello, and thanks for submitting the issue here. I'm pretty sure this is a 32 bit/64 bit issue. The binary versions were compiled with only 32 bit support, but if you've installed the 64 bit drivers, this may cause issues. Your easiest solution will be to try a 32 bit operating system. Compiling the...
by griffin.milsap
11 Dec 2012, 10:31
Forum: Configuration
Topic: NeuroSky MindWave or MindSet?
Replies: 6
Views: 9812

Re: NeuroSky MindWave or MindSet?

@raymart, I'll just repeat what Gerv said here, the only consumer level headset capable of recording decent EEG is the Emotiv EPOC at the moment. If you want to do true "mind control" without overt movement, this is really your only choice, unless you want to spend an order of magnitude more on a re...
by griffin.milsap
24 Jul 2012, 14:07
Forum: Software Development
Topic: Event marker/Triggers for Emotiv using BCI2000
Replies: 11
Views: 8159

Re: Event marker/Triggers for Emotiv using BCI2000

All works well over here. I just 1. Created a new BCI2000 module with NewBCI2000Module.exe - Module type 3 - Application - Name - APPTEST - Default parent directory This created a directory with a APPTESTTask.cpp and .h in it. The NewBCI2000Filter.exe is not necessary for this application module any...
by griffin.milsap
24 Jul 2012, 13:32
Forum: Software Development
Topic: Event marker/Triggers for Emotiv using BCI2000
Replies: 11
Views: 8159

Re: Event marker/Triggers for Emotiv using BCI2000

Perhaps your linker isn't linking the BCI2000 application framework library correctly? I have not run into this error before. I'll try compiling a simple application module quickly and I'll find out if the templates are currently broken. As far as interfacing other devices, there are several "Enviro...
by griffin.milsap
17 Jul 2012, 10:37
Forum: Software Development
Topic: gUSBampADC - decimation, SC, granular common ground/ref...
Replies: 5
Views: 3551

Re: gUSBampADC - decimation, SC, granular common ground/ref.

Chad, It is also worth noting that we're working on a ground-up rewrite of the g.USBamp module -- to be completed in a few months time. Many of the issues you're noting with the current module (in addition to several other small bugs) have been documented and will be fixed for the new version. If th...
by griffin.milsap
17 Jul 2012, 10:31
Forum: Software Development
Topic: Event marker/Triggers for Emotiv using BCI2000
Replies: 11
Views: 8159

Re: Event marker/Triggers for Emotiv using BCI2000

Navin, If all you're interested in is the start and end of the experiment, the "Running" state (Event marker) should be exactly what you're looking for. Running is 0 while the system is in a suspended state and goes to 1 once the "Start" or "Resume" button is clicked. This state actually won't chang...
by griffin.milsap
16 Jul 2012, 10:49
Forum: Software Development
Topic: Event marker/Triggers for Emotiv using BCI2000
Replies: 11
Views: 8159

Re: Event marker/Triggers for Emotiv using BCI2000

Navin, I had to do a bit of research to determine what you meant by "event markers". This is what I came up with: While data is being buffered, you can make API calls which enter data event markers (single bytes which can indicate up to 255 possible event types) and these markers are added into the ...
by griffin.milsap
11 Jul 2012, 15:18
Forum: Software Development
Topic: Android
Replies: 2
Views: 2377

Re: Android

You probably could do it, but not without considerable effort. Emotiv and Neurosky both have mobile SDKs which gets past the embedded data acquisition barrier. First off, you probably wouldn't want to keep Qt as the native interface. Although there is a Qt port to Android, the current BCI2000 GUI fr...