PSG Step 5: Getting off the SD Card

As mentioned, since recording for long periods over bluetooth is pretty risky, it makes a lot of sense to record onto the extremely stable micro SD card. The main OpenBCI SD Card Tutorial covers the basics of formatting the card and recording, and the process is very straightforward. However, in order to be maximally efficient, […]

Polysomnography Step 3: The Cyton Board

Obviously anybody who has a Cyton has at least done the introductory tutorial provided on the OpenBCI website, and this part doesn’t really require much explanation. There’s also a decent introduction on “The Autodidacts” website, demonstrating how to set up basic ECG using OpenBCI.  But again, for the sake of documenting the process, here is […]

Polysomnography Step 1: Gear

Here I’d like to record the process I’m using to record PSGs and collect my own data for dream realization projects. It is worth repeating that I am an average Joe with zero technical training in polysomnography, bio-scanning, electronics, computer programming, any of this sort of stuff. I’ve never played with an “Arduino”.  I’m a […]