Neurosky Mindset + MaxMSP without passing by Arduino
I’m trying to connect the Neurosky Mindset BCI directly with MaxMSP via Bluetooth, without passing for an Arduino BT or bt modules. For instance aka.objects are already able to communicate with wii remotes or apple remotes and more via bluetooth. Is it possible, knowing the bt address of the BCI, to build an .mxo for RS232 or wl serial communication?
Anyone interested who can help building such an object to read and decode data directly by Neurosky Mindset?
Wow, I really want to know if this is possible…
I imagine all it would take is an enumeration of
blue tooth devices and then pairing to the device.
Do you know how many data channels that Neurosky Mindset
can control? How practical is it? Do I have to concentrate
so hard that I go cross eyed just to play a note?
Thank you very much above all…
I tried your nice object but it "Cannot get EEG data: not connected."
I was trying last night to build an external object with the np_mindeset class by the neurosky developers. But I’m stack in xcode not able to make an mxo, also following guides about externals in c++.
I really appreciate your job on this new object understanding on my unsleep skin the weight of programming, but please let’s try to let it work.
What do you think could be the problem?
Really many thanks cap10!
for anthoiny: I think you can output 11 signals by neurosky (looking at the basic software they give with the set)
If you can give me more feedback I might be able to find the problem. What error message does it give when you send it the "open" message after you pair the object in bluetooth?
is there some thing new ?
i tring in this day with this device neurosky
I’m trying to use your thinkgear.mxo with a new MindWave mobile, but with no luck. When click "open" I get a "connection attempt unsuccessful" both with Thinkgear on and off. When I launch the object with the metro i got "Cannot get EEG data: not connected".
Im using max5 on mac Lion.
Any idea?? thanks!
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