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A customizable and fully open brain-computer interface platform that gives you access to high-quality brain wave data.
A customizable and fully open brain-computer interface platform that gives you access to high-quality brain wave data.
947 backers pledged $215,438 to help bring this project to life.

Uploading Code & Verifying Hardware!

Posted by Joel Murphy & Conor Russomanno (Creator)
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Hello everybody,

Please pardon the delay since our last update. We’ve been super busy preparing to ship out all of the OpenBCI technology.

Late last week—after a brief hold-up in customs—we received our full production run from our hardware manufacturer. Now we are in the process of organizing units, bootloading and flashing firmware, and testing everything. The firmware uploading and verification process is taking longer than we expected, but we’re busting our buns to get it all done! Please continue to be patient as we get all of our ducks in a row, and start sending them your way. Believe us when we say we can’t wait to get the OpenBCI boards and other rewards out of our hands and into yours! We’re working as hard as we can to make that happen.

The great news!!! We have verified all of the OpenBCI hardware and everything is working as expected. Phew!

Stay posted for more updates in the coming weeks, as we draw closer to initiating the shipping process. If you haven’t updated your shipping address from the Kickstarter survey (more info about this is in our previous update), please do so ASAP!

In other news:

Sid seeing his own brain waves for the 1st time w/ OpenBCI at World Maker Faire NYC
Sid seeing his own brain waves for the 1st time w/ OpenBCI at World Maker Faire NYC
The OpenBCI boards have arrived!
The OpenBCI boards have arrived!
Greg testing some of the new OpenBCI boards on his own noggin.
Greg testing some of the new OpenBCI boards on his own noggin.
Rodrigo helping to organize the 32bit OpenBCI boards prior to flashing firmware.
Rodrigo helping to organize the 32bit OpenBCI boards prior to flashing firmware.

Once again, we really appreciate all of the support and patience.

All the best,

The OpenBCI Team

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      Marcus Wolschon on

      The contact -form on http://openbci.com/index.php/contact doesn't work.
      "Unable to send email using PHP mail(). Your server might not be configured to send mail using this method."

      Also the ".zip" Link on the download page for the STL files of the electrode holder links to the git repository instead.
      The git repository has no STL files. Just software.