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5. Ganglion Update
Ganglion production is underway! Below, in the “OpenBCI GUI V2 Progress” section, is a screenshot of the new GUI showing Conor’s alpha waves that were recorded by the Ganglion.
Check out the latest data from the pre-production prototype here. The PCBs are being fabricated, and we should see samples from the top of the production run for proofing before Thanksgiving. We are working with the good folks at Worthington Assembly Inc., and want to thank them for all their great work helping us bring OpenBCI to you! Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest photos and videos of the PCB assembly process as they become available.
Screenshot of the Production-ready Ganglion Board in KiCad Design Software
6. Ultracortex Mark IV Update
We are now done with Mark IV production and almost have all Ultracortex Mark IV parts in-house. The assembly/kitting process is underway! We are now working quickly and carefully to deliver the Ultracortex Mark IV headsets as soon as possible. We still anticipate initiating the fulfillment in late November. Thanks again for your patience.
7. OpenBCI GUI V2 Progress
We have made tons 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!
The OpenBCI GUI V2 Showing Ganglion Data!
8. Past and Future Events
Conor at SuperHuman Summit in Vancouver speaking about “The Dawn of the Neurorevolution”
Joel having fun at the Open Hardware Summit 2016 in PDX at Crystal Ballroom
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 and onto your heads. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out: email@example.com.
All the best,The OpenBCI Team