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Graz, September 15th, 2014 A satellite workshop (pdf) of the 6th International Brain-Computer Interface Conference OpenViBE (openvibe.inria.fr) is a software platform dedicated to designing, testing and using brain-computer interfaces (BCI). It can be used to acquire, filter, process, classify and … Continue reading
Inria has started a joint project ‘CertiViBE’ with Mensia Technologies to make the core foundation of OpenViBE medically certifiable. The project aims at an OpenViBE kernel and a set of core signal processing modules that have been subjected to strict … Continue reading
NB: Document was written for OpenViBE 1.1.0 The following PDF document provides instructions for using the eego driver in the OpenViBE Acquisition Server. User manual: Download eego openvibe driver manual rev 1.0 The document was kindly provided by the manufacturer.
The second international OpenViBE workshop will be hosted as a satellite event of the BCI meeting 2016, located in Asilomar, CA, USA, May 30th, 2016. For full details, please see here.
NB: Document last updated for OpenViBE 1.1.0 (17.Dec.2015). Matlab can be used to do offline analysis of files recorded in OpenViBE experiments and scenarios. Usually the recorded data is in the .ov format, which Matlab does not read. Here are … Continue reading
NB: Document updated for OpenViBE 1.3.0 (13.Mar.2017). There are various ways to stream data and events (stimulations) between OpenViBE and external applications in real time. For example, classification results can be sent from Designer to control a game, or a … 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.
NB: Document last updated for OpenViBE 1.1.0 (02.Oct.2015). A possible problem when making new scenarios is that the result doesn’t work quite as expected, or that some boxes produce warnings or errors. This tutorial describes a few simple debugging practices … Continue reading
NB: Document updated for OpenViBE 1.0.1 (updated 18.sep.2015) OpenViBE and gMobiLab+ OpenViBE compilation currently cannot support both gTec gUSBAmp and gMobiLab+ in the same Acquisition Server executable. By default, gUSBAmp is preferred in the compilation, if both SDKs are found … Continue reading