OpenViBE at ISNR conference

Long time I haven’t posted, sorry readers. I hope I can get more time for this blog. OpenViBE will be presented at the annual ISNR conference. ISNR (International Society for Neurofeedback & Research) is a non-profit member organization for health professionals, educators, researchers and students. They organize an annual conference on this topic where health […]

Why did I choose Lua

I’m asked this question very often as to know why I choose Lua as the first scripting language integrated in OpenViBE. Of course, the two most-wanted languages are Matlab for sig processing & Python for general purpose scripting, including sig processing actually… And I anticipate more and more requests for .NET which is pretty convenient […]

An interesting use of the Lua Stimulator

One amazing thing when developing a software is the creativity that comes from users, who find a way with existing tools to solve a problem that was not supposed to be solved with said tools. I remember discussing with Virtools staff several years ago on a Virtual Reality exhibition, the Virtools (now 3dvia) guy told […]

A look back at 0.10.0 release

Ok, it’s been more than a month now since OpenViBE 0.10.0 has been released (actually 0.10.1 if considering Windows precompiled build 😉 ) and I am somehow late for my look at the release… and ironically, this release contains long time requested features… A new BCI paradigm, welcome SSVEP And yes, this has probably been […]

Blind Source Separation for OpenViBE

Blind Source Separation <i>for</i> OpenViBE

Blind Source Separation or BSS is a very interesting field of signal processing. It consists in transforming a multidimensional signal to a space built of separated “sources”. Blind Source Separation is a generalization of Independent Component Analisys or ICA which supposes the sources are statistically independent. A nice illustration of this is the Cocktail Party […]

Interesting updates on Channel Selector & Reference Channel boxes

I committed a couple of interesting changes lately that will be released after I leave INRIA… (actually, they are already available in the SVN repository for those who care). It has been reported a number of times that the Channel Selector and the Reference Channel boxes were using 0-based indices. And this is damn like […]

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 […]

Making customizable scenarios

Today, I want to blog about a new feature introduced in the 0.9.0 release : the ability to use configuration token in all the settings of a scenario. This post is kind of an update or enhancement of the Setting up an experiment environment one… In case you don’t remind this post, I suggest that […]

Back from India !

Back from India !

We are now back from India and the Techfest exhibition… I must say we had a great time there ! At least 1000 persons came on the booth for explanations and demos about BCI and there applications including helping disabled people and videogames. I have been really excited by the attention that visitors had to […]

OpenViBE 0.9.0 released

OpenViBE 0.9.0 has been released last week. As usual, the announce has been posted on the official forum and the complete changelog can be found on the dedicated topic on the forum… In this new release, we added many small useful features for the users. The kind of feature you think of like “that would […]