This project makes extensive use of Eric Mika's excellent arduino library to access the output from the Neurosky EEG chip, which lives at the heart of the Mindflex.

The goal is to improve the way that data from the Mindflex is captured and analysed. From (very) preliminary observations of the data returned from the EEG, some smoothing of the data is required, as well as a better understanding of the meaning behind the values output from the EEG.

Hardware-wise, the first steps are to time-tag each point of data from the EEG using an RTC, and store that data locally (micro-SD card). From there, the data can be read at my convenience, and the analysis can begin.