William Croft

wjcroft

Mount Shasta, CA, USA

OpenBCI

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Aladdin LD headset, technical details, https://patents.google.com/patent/US9737683B2/
Apr 20, 2018
Development of a reliable lucid dream induction technique
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Looking forward to test driving your LD induction on OpenBCI. Regarding channel counts, there are also some spare (lower resolution) analog / digital I/O pins on top of the Cyton mainboard. Not sure if you guys follow commercial developments, but the Aladdin team is moving slowly forward if you check their timeline at the bottom of this page. As you know, they were on the verge of product release (2016 or 2017), then pulled back for more R&D work. http://aladdindreamer.com/
Apr 19, 2018
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Peter thanks. Curious about your channel / 10-20 site allocation. Do you actually need all 16 channels? Here is a thread on the forum showing a typical PSG layout. My hunch is that the Daisy shield in this application may add additional fragility and more volume / area to deal with regarding bed pillow / sheets / clothing brushing up against it. http://openbci.com/forum/index.php?p=/discussion/1504/using-ultracortex-mark-iv-for-sleep-study
Apr 19, 2018
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Peter, thanks for this update. As far as the range of headsets / caps that could be used for sleep EEG, have you considered the forces and pressures exerted -- as the head naturally rolls around on the pillow over night? Would some kind of flat elastic cap or band system, be less prone to artifacts? Regards, William
Apr 18, 2018
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Peter and Joachim, congratulations on reaching your funding goal! Look forward to following your project milestones.
May 19, 2017
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