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The following user extensions are available in the [[Contributions:Contents|Contributions]] section of BCI2000:
 
The following user extensions are available in the [[Contributions:Contents|Contributions]] section of BCI2000:
  
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*[[Contributions:CyberGloveLogger]]: A logger extension which acquires data from CGI, CGII and CGIII Cybergloves.
 
*[[Contributions:DataGloveLogger]]: A logger extension which acquires data from the 5DT Data Glove Ultra.
 
*[[Contributions:DataGloveLogger]]: A logger extension which acquires data from the 5DT Data Glove Ultra.
 
*[[Contributions:EyetrackerLogger]]: A logger extension which acquires data from Tobii eyetrackers.
 
*[[Contributions:EyetrackerLogger]]: A logger extension which acquires data from Tobii eyetrackers.

Revision as of 15:17, 21 April 2014

A framework Extension is an optional contributed plugin which can affect multiple modules. For example, various manufacturer-specific input-device loggers are provided in the src/contrib/Extensions folder, and these can be optionally added to the BCI2000 framework for SignalSource modules, thereby giving all source modules the ability to log input from the corresponding devices. Selecting a custom Extension, and re-building your modules to include it, requires the use of CMake and a supported C++ compiler: see the Programming Howto:Quickstart Guide for a walkthrough that shows you how to recompile BCI2000 modules.

The following user extensions are available in the Contributions section of BCI2000:

See also

Programming Reference:EnvironmentExtension Class

Programming Tutorial:Implementing an Input Logger