The Examples directory to the left contains example projects contributed by members of the OpenBCI Community and team. For even more tutorials, head to the tutorials tag in the Community Page!
EEG Projects and Tutorials
Whether you're new to neurotechnology or conducting research, OpenBCI makes it easy and fun to work with EEG signals. OpenBCI hardware can be used to replicate and expand upon existing EEG paradigms. Below, you will find a few examples from our worldwide Community of scientists and enthusiasts to help you get started controlling computers and robots using the power of your mind.
SSVEP-based communicator by University of Waterloo - Uses Cyton + Customized Ultracortex
Motor Imagery Controlled Car
EMG Projects and Tutorials
We added all-new tutorials for facial, ocular, and limb EMG, as well as expanded our ECG and stand-alone EMG tutorials! OpenBCI documentation is meant to be an actionable jumping-off point for your BCI and bio-sensing exploration. We look forward to seeing what you create!
Tutorial for touch-less scrolling with limb EMG
EMG-controlled Stop/Start Music
Tutorial for limb EMG-triggered music playback
Tutorial for eye, facial, or arm EMG-controlled slideshow
Tutorial for facial EMG-controlled LEDs
EMG-controlled Chrome Browser Dinosaur Game
Tutorial how to play the Google Chrome Dinosaur Game without touching your laptop, using arm EMG
EMG-controlled Tetris Game
Tutorial to play Tetris using EMG and an OpenBCI board's built-in Accelerometer
Tutorial to play the piano using EMG