Enophone can stream raw sensor data to computers or phones via a Bluetooth socket. The following article will explain how to use Enophone data API to connect to Enophone and stream data for use in your recordings.
The Enophone data API is provided as-is, with no assurance or guarantee of completeness, accuracy or timeliness of the information, and without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to warranties of performance, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
Enophone and the Enophone data API are strictly for personal use only, and may not be re-sold or re-distributed. Any individual or organization desiring to create products or experiences for commercial purposes should contact email@example.com to discuss licensing.
By downloading the Enophone data API, you agree to Eno's Terms and Conditions. For more information, see Eno’s Terms and Conditions.
The Enophone data API gives access exclusively to streaming raw, unreferenced, unprocessed EEG data directly from Enophones sensors. At this time, no additional signal processing tools are available as part of the Enophone data API.
Please note that EEG data is complex, and will require additional processing in order to convert the signals to useable and interpretable metrics. Developers unfamiliar with EEG signal processing may struggle to extract meaning from the raw signals.
The following resources from NeurotechX provide a strong foundation for learning more about EEG signal processing:
Follow this link to download the Enophone data API.
Alternatively, Enophone is integrated into Brainflow, a library for EEG data processing. You can follow this link to learn more and access their Git repo.
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