Tag Archives: opensource

OpenViBE and Debian packages

Debian packages for OpenViBE have been a long time feature request… it may have been one of the firsts after the 2009 public release ! The neurodebian distro even had a TODO item to get a clean OpenViBE integration in their distro… Unfortunately, this whole interest did not end up with a clean package so […]

Brainmaster devices integration

This is a good news for the Neurofeedback community and a long time feature request from the OpenViBE community : the Brainmaster devices will soon be integrated in OpenViBE. Brainmaster is a leading device manufacturer for Neurofeedback in the US. They have breakthrough devices ranging from 2 to 24 electrodes and including various multi-modal feedback […]

LuaWindow is moving ahead !

A few month ago, I wrote about LuaWindow, a small package I have been working on that was able to show text in a GTK window from a Lua script within the OpenViBE Lua Stimulator box. Well, I just added an image loading function so that you can display pictures in addition to text. Installing […]

I’ll be leaving INRIA mid-may

After more than one month of silence (actually, can we say a blog is silent ?), I feel like I have to post this important notice here… I’ve passed my last 5 years leading the developments of OpenViBE and it has been a really great experience. However, I recently decided to leave INRIA. This choice […]

Enabling socket communication with LuaSocket

A few weeks ago, I’ve been helping a user on the #openvibe IRC channel, to enable socket communication within lua. This post aims at helping interested people do the same LuaSocket is an addition of lua that actually enables socket communication within lua. It provides low level functionalities such as TCP / UDP communication, but […]

Sloccount – A source code analyzer

I just discovered David A. Wheeler’s SLOCCount software This software aims at analyzing the source code of a project and producing statistics about it such as used languages, number of files, number of lines etc… It has an embedded file duplicate detection allowing to produce smart statistics. And it is even able to estimate the […]

Keeping dependencies up to date

Part of making software available and usable to everyone includes keeping the dependencies up to date… I already discussed a few things about this in Making open source software available post and promised a later updates… well it won’t be this time Anyway, we had a veeeeery bad time upgrading the outdating Ogre 1.4 to […]

Making open source software available

Today, I want to give you some feedback about making open source software available. One could think that this is as simple as “make your software“, “compress the sources“, “upload them somewhere“, “spread the link“, “done“… but it is not. Indeed, spreading a source code archive doesn’t make the availability of the software to the […]