Thought Controlled Drone in Tokyo

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While I was in Tokyo for the Tokyo launch I worked with the Embarcadero office there to make a new BCI demo video. This is using the Emotiv EPOC wireless EEG headset to read cognitive thought patterns, which are transmitted wirelessly to the laptop and the Delphi powered application. It responds by sending the commands to the Parrot AR.Drone based on the thought patterns. I developed components and libraries that work with these two devices, and then the bulk of the application itself I put together in a weekend. Still a popular demonstration. You can get all my code from GitHub.
 


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  • benhouar yassine
    benhouar yassine Thursday, 24 August 2017

    cool

  • KevinKillion
    KevinKillion Thursday, 24 August 2017

    Cool. Some two years ago, we had a demo of a Delphi program linked to a brain-wave headset controlling a drone at our great little Delphi group in suburban Chicago! Sadly, the group seems to have withered away. I can't count how many times we asked Embarcadero for some kind of assistance in getting word out about our group, with no success.

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