Programming Reference:ComplexVisualizationDemo Signal Processing

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The ComplexVisualizationDemo signal processing module demonstrates how to send a large number of visualizations with arbitrary pixel content to the operator module. Two rendering methods are provided: Native Qt QPainter-based rendering, and BCI2000's own GraphDisplay based rendering.


The ComplexVisualizationDemoFilter signal processing filter derives from GenericFilter.


The ComplexVisualizationDemoFilter computes pairwise determination coefficients (squared correlation, r^2 values) between its input channels. Determination coefficients are visualized in form of pie charts, and pie charts are sent to the operator module as bitmap visualization data.


Each visualization window is implemented as a VisualizationObject that contains a BitmapVisualization object, a WorkerThread object, and a Computation object. Whenever a new block of data arrives, computation is done for the individual window's pair of channels in the main thread. Then, visualization bitmap data are produced and sent to the operator module inside the worker thread, to avoid blocking the main thread. Inside the worker thread, the BitmapVisualization's SendDifferenceFrame() function is called to update the visualization display in the operator module.



Native image width in pixels.


Native image height in pixels.


The images' background color, in hexadecimal notation.


A positive integer that indicates how often images are refreshed. 1 means every refresh on every signal packet.


The maximum number of visualization windows created, or 0 for any number of windows.

See also

Programming Reference:GraphDisplay Class, Programming Reference:GenericVisualization Class, Programming Reference:VisualizationDemo Signal Processing