Author Archives: Jussi Lindgren
We are pleased to announce a new initiative concerning the governance, management and funding of OpenViBE. In 2018, we anticipate changing to a new governance structure called OpenViBE Consortium. Interested parties can join the consortium as members or donate to … Continue reading
OpenViBE 2.0 is a major new release of one of the world’s leading BCI software systems. OpenViBE 2.0 is the first OpenViBE to be based on the OpenViBE SDK, a result of 7+7 man years of expert software development and … Continue reading
NB: this document is work in progress. Details may change (doc updated 28.Jul.2017). OpenViBE 2.0 BETA has been released! n.b. At the moment, the latest stable OpenViBE is 1.3.0. (tl\;dr : Downloads here) Scope OpenViBE 2.0 is a major new … Continue reading
NB: The ERP recording scenarios mentioned in this tutorial first appeared in OpenViBE 2.0.0. Background Event-Related Potentials (ERPs) are brain patterns occurring in response to some external event. For example, the user might be presented a picture or a sound … Continue reading
You can download the new version at the Downloads page as usual. List of changes can be seen in the corresponding forum post.
Here are some PDF slides of past OpenViBE-related presentations. Note that the information in the slides may not be up to date. For more current information, please follow the other links in the documentation index. Slides from OpenViBE events might … Continue reading
Inria has a 1-year position open for a C++ software engineer. The position is in the context of the medical certification effort of the OpenViBE kernel. The engineer will work on the CertiViBE project in collaboration with Mensia Technologies. The … Continue reading
(documentation written for OpenViBE 1.2.2) Document contributed by Yann Renard in collaboration with Puzzlebox n.b. This html doc has been more or less automatically generated from a Markdown source (.md in ov source tree) with some added information. Welcome Welcome … Continue reading
The 2016 OV workshop at Asilomar is now unfortunately over. On the positive side, we’ve now put the related slides online. You can find them here.
Signal processing of OpenViBE is carried out by connecting a pipeline of components called boxes. The documentation of the boxes is automatically generated from the source code by Doxygen. Box documentation for the last OpenViBE release. Doxygen documentation for older … Continue reading