by Joel Murphy & Conor Russomanno
Hey Joel and Conor!
Love the work you do, guys. A big honor for me to be a part of this project.
Any approximate dates on when the interface for creating a 3D printable model will be available for the backers?
Robert, thank you for your suggestions.
1) the placements O1 and O2 will have sensors which will be under the board area.
2) this is something that we will be playing with!
3) good to know! We will are building a tutorial on how to get the correct measurements.
good design. If I may, I'll ad a few suggstion, 1) won't the board cause some problem as it is right over the occipital lobes blocking both O1 and O2 where the alpha waves are the strongest 2) I would suggest to enter the full circumference in the calculation, being lazy and it would make for simplier instructions 3) as a future technicien in EEG , we are using an other mesurement , from the lefr preaurical point to the right one wich are just in from of both ears this help place C3, C4 and T7,T8 (on your diagram) at the correct height.
Otherwise I'm looking foward to get the board as the campaign is doing great and print your headset.
(ah - just saw that the board can be mounted onto the headset)
Cool! What about a 3D printable carrying case for the microcontroller etc. for more portability?
Awesome! I was planning on developing this but you guys did all the work for me! I run a 3D printing and design company called SD3D Printing (sd3dprinting.com) and will be offering a discount towards OpenBCI 3D-Printable Headsets.
If you guys can send me the .stl files of the assembly (possibly the small and large size extremes) I can post up a very reasonable price for a fully printed assembly.
It's super-nice to see the headset, that has positions on center of parietal robe (Fz Cz and Pz).
To do ERP researches, Emotiv has difficulties because of the lack of those positions.