If you run a Windows machine and want to use OpenViBE right away you can simply download and run the provided installer. The supported versions of Windows can be seen on the supported architectures page.
Note: Although OpenViBE works on both 32 bit and 64 bit architectures, some third party drivers do not. If you want to use OpenViBE Acquisition Server you should prefer to have a 32bit Windows system.
Stable Source Code
OpenViBE source code is freely available and you can use it to build the software on Linux and Windows.
Before downloading the sources check out the List of supported platforms and architectures to ensure that your system is compatible.
Note: If you wish to use OpenViBE with Emotiv Epoc headset you will have to build it from sources as the driver is not distributed in binary form.
Latest Source Code
If you wish to contribute to OpenViBE development, or just want to have the most recent snapshot of the software you can access to our source repository to get the code.
OpenViBE source code is hosted in the Inria gForge GIT repository.
Technical documentation may be available as offline versions. Unfortunately, tutorials are only available online.
Older Versions of OpenViBE
If you need to use an older version of OpenViBE, you can browse our archives.