12 thoughts on “Mad Science: Building the interface that brought you that last post

  1. I’d be more interested in being able to tell right before orgasm and be accurate enough to stop whatever stimulation was happening at the time until the subjects cool down.

    Build this and I’ll be the first one throwing you cash. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Umm.. Zaiah posted a response.. But I guess she deleted it or something.

      If I can help in any way to get more data or help determine the pattern, merely ask for it.

  2. I’d be more interested in being able to tell right before orgasm and be accurate enough to stop whatever stimulation was happening at the time until the subjects cool down.

    Build this and I’ll be the first one throwing you cash. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. You should really check out their new mindwave headset. It’s going to save massive amounts of time over hacking a mindflex, and gives a vastly improved signal from what I’m hearing from people using my max/msp stuff for it.

    • Just Googled it. The Mindwave looks interesting! I might have to get one to tinker with. *One of the Google articles says Neurosky is still looking for the killer app for its EEG chips. Personally, I think they’re looking in the wrong place…)

      The Mindflex you see here came from Walmart, which is getting rid of them for $20 each. At that price they’re hard to turn down, even if they take a bit of hacking.

  4. You should really check out their new mindwave headset. It’s going to save massive amounts of time over hacking a mindflex, and gives a vastly improved signal from what I’m hearing from people using my max/msp stuff for it.

  5. Umm.. Zaiah posted a response.. But I guess she deleted it or something.

    If I can help in any way to get more data or help determine the pattern, merely ask for it.

  6. Just Googled it. The Mindwave looks interesting! I might have to get one to tinker with. *One of the Google articles says Neurosky is still looking for the killer app for its EEG chips. Personally, I think they’re looking in the wrong place…)

    The Mindflex you see here came from Walmart, which is getting rid of them for $20 each. At that price they’re hard to turn down, even if they take a bit of hacking.

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