OpenViBE is an opensource platform that enables to design, test and use Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI). Broadly speaking, OpenViBE can be used in many real-time Neuroscience applications.
The OpenViBE platform stands out for its high modularity. It addresses the needs of different types of users (programmers and non-programmers) and proposes a user-friendly graphical language which allows non-programmers to design a BCI without writing a single line of code.
OpenViBE is portable, independent of hardware or software targets, can run under Windows and Linux and is entirely based on free and open-source software. OpenViBE is compatible with MATLAB programming.
OpenViBE comes with preconfigured scenarios and runs already existing applications such as : * BCI based on motor imagery * P300 speller * Neurofeedback * Real-time visualization of brain activity in 2D or 3D
OpenViBE is available under the terms of the LGPL-v2+. The whole software is developed in C++. It consists of a set of software modules that can be integrated easily and efficiently to design BCI applications such as for Virtual Reality interaction.
If you want more details, check these links :
Quick introduction video : http://openvibe.inria.fr/video.php?q=video-openvibe-introduction-en
Software download : http://openvibe.inria.fr/?q=download
One-hour training session video : http://openvibe.inria.fr/video.php?q=video-designer-training-fr&playlist=true
Screenshots and videos : http://openvibe.inria.fr/?q=medias
- Changes to previous version:
Initial Announcement on mloss.org.
- BibTeX Entry: Download
- URL: Project Homepage
- Supported Operating Systems: Linux, Windows
- Data Formats: Ascii, Binary, Brainamp, Gdf
- Tags: Bci, Brain Computer Interface, Electroencephalogram, Classification, Online Learning, Feature Selection, Control, Classifiers, Meg, Signal Processing, Toolbox
- Archive: download here
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