1084Re: my offer of help
- Aug 2, 2001hi
one question :what do you doing in hollyweird ? you electronics
i think rob sacks gave a pretty good summary , but :
1. about the aim of the group - to my opinion - the goal is not kit
but such an option that people can buy nfb at low cost .
and i see many serious people in this group towards this .this
is also my personal goal , the reason i started this group ,
and i know this would be the end result !
2. about things you can do :
-you mentioned you're electronics engineer .
can you designer irda interface or some infra red interface ?
(uart to infra to rs232) ?
-soon we think on demoing to universities .
so we may need help on this .
-building prototypes like you said .
-contact with the lady that works in biofeedback company.
one problem is that they don't make troubles for the group
-helping in finding cheap electrodes , design good electrodes and
all this stuff . really here we need somebody who will
be resposible for the electrodes issue .
-helping to find people to work with us .
basicly i think the better ways you can help (according to your back
infra red interface , and being responsible of electrodes design .
and of course the most important is helping to find people that
would work with us .
but if you like other stuff better , you choose , it's democracy
3. about ekg - after fisnishin a 2 channel eeg version and getting
it on the market i think that we'll have a few version to work on,
and one of them is a very low cost machien that does multi
modality biofeedback and neurofeedback . that would be
interesting :) but you'll have to wait a bit .
sincerly , yaniv vilnai .
--- In buildcheapeeg@y..., "Pete Barth" <petebart@p...> wrote:
> Hello to the group,
> from Pete Barth, a newbie!
> I have NO software experience but can help with hardware.
> I got here trying to see if there was anything offered in kit form
> newer and more modern than the Hal-4 I had built when it first came
> I wish I still had it but it is gone. Unless there is anything
better I will
> probably build one on perf board.
> I have heard about the RS232EEG but have not been able to find it.
> I want to build an EEG, and an EKG also. If any can point me in the
> direction - etc.
> I am a ham and have prototyped stuff since 1954. Now an engineer at
> studio in Holly-weird.
> I will prototype engineering samples for you guys to hold up my end
> don't program.
> Also, for troubleshooting your software systems design, a fellow
> dates a lady that works for a commercial company that mfg's clinical
> bio-feedback equipment, and I can ask her for help.
> How many people are dedicated and active here?
> If someone wants to discuss stuff with me I will call you on the
> given a number.
> Thanks for any help.
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>