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Puzzlebox Orbit for Workstations released for PC, Mac, and Linux

Puzzlebox Orbit for Workstations has been officially released to the public for the first time.This new application can connect with EEG headsets from NeuroSkyEmotiv, and any research-grade EEG supported by BCI2000. We are expecting to integrate with OpenViBE , OpenBCI, and additional consumer-grade EEG headsets as they become available throughout the year. Live data streams can now be recorded and saved or exported to CSV for review and visualization in popular spreadsheet software such as Libre Office, Google Drive, Excel, and Numbers. Record and graph your ability to achieve and maintain focus and concentration sooner and longer with practice over time while flying your Orbit. APuzzlebox Pyramid is required for Orbit for Workstations, although for some limited computer models the audio IR transmitter included for mobile devices may suffice. Differences between audio hardware produce variations in signal output. Therefore audio IR control for the Orbit does not work on many computers. An alternative is to is follow our guide to build an Arduino-based IR transmitter for under $20. Installation packages are available for Apple OS X and Microsoft Windows. Linux support will be available shortly. The latest stable release will always be listed on the Orbit Downloads page. Source code is available from the Orbit development tracker.

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This new application can connect with EEG headsets from NeuroSky, Emotiv, and any research-grade EEG supported by BCI2000. We are expecting to integrate with OpenViBE , OpenBCI, and additional consumer-grade EEG headsets as they become available throughout the year.

Live data streams can now be recorded and saved or exported to CSV for review and visualization in popular spreadsheet software such as Libre Office, Google Drive, Excel, and Numbers. Record and graph your ability to achieve and maintain focus and concentration sooner and longer with practice over time while flying your Orbit.

A Puzzlebox Pyramid is required for Orbit for Workstations, although for some limited computer models the audio IR transmitter included for mobile devices may suffice. Differences between audio hardware produce variations in signal output. Therefore audio IR control for the Orbit does not work on many computers. An alternative is to is follow our guide to build an Arduino-based IR transmitter for under $20.

Installation packages are available for Apple OS X and Microsoft Windows. Linux support will be available shortly. The latest stable release will always be listed on the Orbit Downloads page. Source code is available from the Orbit development tracker.

Orbit for Workstations: Sessions

Orbit for Workstations: Sessions

 

Orbit for Workstations: EEG

Orbit for Workstations: EEG

 

Orbit for Workstations: Flight Control

Orbit for Workstations: Flight Control

 

Orbit for Workstations: Online Help

Orbit for Workstations: Online Help

 

Data visualization and graphing

Data visualization and graphing

 

 

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