7. Mark IV Update
All Ultracortex Mark IV headset kits are kitted, boxed, and ready to ship. 4 pallets of pro-assembled headsets left the OpenBCI HQ yesterday and are on their way to our fulfillment center. The print-it-yourself kits and unassembled kits are already at our fulfillment center. We are now doing some last minute spreadsheet diligence to ensure that there are no order mixups. Additionally, since all Ultracortex rewards come with a Ganglion, we are waiting on the Ganglions before initiating Ultracortex shipping, so as not to ship twice. We now anticipate having shipped all Ultracortex kickstarter rewards and pre-orders by January 13th, 2017.
8. OpenBCI GUI V2 Launch
We have made quite a bit of progress on the next version of the OpenBCI GUI (ie V2). The screenshot below is the latest version of the GUI V2 visualizing Ganglion Data recorded from Conor’s head. We are working tirelessly to add as many new features as possible before launching it with the release of the Mark IV and Ganglion. Ganglion integration is almost complete! To track the progress, check out the issues section of the OpenBCI GUI V2 repo on Github
. If you have suggestions or feedback based on your experiences with the existing GUI, please share them with us in the issues section! Also, if you want to beta the current prototype of the GUI, head to the development branch
on Github, download/fork it, and give it a whirl! It works with the 32bit Board and 16-channel R&D Kit. We would love your feedback.
The OpenBCI GUI V2 Showing Ganglion Data!
9. Cheesy End of Year Slideshow GIF
Of course, we cannot say goodbye to 2016 without a cheesy slide show of our favorite OpenBCI moments of the year!
From everyone at OpenBCI, we want to say thank you. Your support is making the open-source Neurorevolution possible. We look forward to getting the latest OpenBCI technology into your hands. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The OpenBCI Team