Welcome to BrainBay !
BrainBay is an open source bio- and neurofeedback application. It also offers some features for the creation of alternative Human-Computer-Interfaces (HCIs) such as facetracking via webcam, EMG signal pattern recognition or mouse-/keyboard control.
All source code is licensed under GPL, for copyright information please have a look at ReadMe_License.txt
The current release version is 2.1 (2017-09-23)
- Support for OpenBCI Ganglion and the new OpenBCIHub
- Support for Neurosky devices
- Cursorkey integration for Oscilloscope and Threshold Windows
- Oscilloscope features snapshots for training reporting
- SessionManager and Sessiontime elements for menu-based selection of design
Link to Release and other Infos
Download latest release: https://github.com/ChrisVeigl/BrainBay/releases
The release contains an installer for windows. In addition, the 'bin' folder of the github source repo contains an up-to-date executable file (BrainBay.exe) The 'bin' folder also contains the user- and developer manuals (.pdf).
If you want to use BrainBay with the OpenBCI Ganglion, install the OpenBCIHub fist - have a look at:
Useful info if you want to run BrainBay under Linux:
Other related infos:
If you want to modify or extend the software, the Visual Studio 2010 project files and all source modules are located in the 'src' folder.
- Jim Peters for his marvellous filter-works (http://uazu.net/fiview/)
- Jeremy Wilkerson for programming some BrainBay Objects and MinGW/WINE support
- Jeff Molofee (NeHe) for this great OpenGl-tutorial (http://nehe.gamedev.net)
- Don Cross for a well working fft-routine (http://www.intersrv.com/~dcross/fft.html)
- AllenD for showing how to do a thread-oriented Com-Handler in Win32
- Craig Peacock for the the PortTalk I/O-driver, see http://www.beyondlogic.org
- Marcin Kocikowski for the Neurobit Optima-4 Device and support
- Raymond Nguyen for the vector port additions
- Franz Strobl for the OCZ NIA support
- Stephan Gerhard for the QDS parser
- William Croft (OpenBCI) for various 2014 fixes, enhancements and blog posts
Find documentation on the project hompage http://brainbay.lo-res.org and in the user and developer manuals. I also recommend having a look at the OpenEEG site http://openeeg.sf.net and the OpenBCI project: http://www.openbci.org
If you want to share your BrainBay design files for neurofeedback or biofeedback protocols, I would be happy to include them in the release.
Chris Veigl contact: firstname.lastname@example.org