[Update 2015-3-20: A v1.0 direct Windows binary installer is now available to download from the OpenViBE site, see the March 20 entry below. Linux users should also download the git source from the main INRIA site and build from that.]
Last couple days I tried to develop an integrated driver within OpenViBE. I say "try" because although it *does* seem to work, now I'd need others to try out the implementation. And I'd need others *quickly* because the 1.0 release is soon (like "by-the-end-of-the-week" soon normally). OpenViBE doesn't do "release early, release often", and 1.0 could be a good milestone to kick-off new OpenBCI owners.
To build OpenViBE there's neat scripts the "script" folder. On Windows, run "win32-install_dependencies.exe" and then "win32-build.cmd". On Linux it's almost the same, "linux-install_dependencies" and "linux-build" -- see http://openvibe.inria.fr/build-instructions/
When the compilation is done, "dist" folder is populated with the binaries you need -- basically "openvibe-acquisition-server" to acquire data and "openvibe-designer" to use them. If
At the moment I tested with (K)Ubuntu 13.10 & 14.04 + Windows 7, 64bit for all. Chipkit board, with and without daisy module attached. If it's your first time with openvibe, try to use a fake signal such as "Generic Oscillator" to make sure that the installation is working -- I'm here to sell my own stuff, I don't do OpenViBE support (yet) :D
Please test, any feedback -- success, bug, failure, typo, next lottery numbers -- is very welcomed. Thx :)