Summary of main hardware components

To record EEG data we will use the OpenBCI project’s 8bit board The OpenBCI board comes with a Bluetooth dongle based on the RFduino Processing of EEG data will be done using the Raspberry Pi B+ The Raspberry Pi B+ will be connected to an HDMI monitor for the...

Programming platforms considerations

We plan to develop the final EEG-synth user-interface in Python for several reasons: It can be run on the Raspberry Pi (on the Debian-based Rasbian operating system), with is our target system for the final ‘product’ It has a great number of libraries for...

Study material

Think Python, How to Think Like a Computer Scientist by Brian Downey Synthesizer Cookbook by Fred Welsh Make: Analog Synthesizers by Ray Wilson Thomas pointed out these fantastic posters with synthesizer basics. To get some (virtual) experience with modular synths I...

Github for sharing code

I registered on GitHub, and created a repository to share our developing code. For now I just tested it by uploading the lastest OpenBCI python code. You can find the repository here.