My goal here is to generate a little bit of discussion on the topic of hooking a Muse to a Raspberry Pi. I’m currently developing a system application to do so and I would like to know how I can match your needs as much as possible. Here is a summary of what it consists in, let me know what you think and what kind of application you would like to develop with it.
- Documented and easy-to-use for beginning, intermediate and advanced developers.
- Available for all RaspPi platform.
- Available as a friendly-user application for any unix-based system (such as Raspbian) or a high performance open-kernel, based on OpenWRT.
- Data preprocessing built-in for timeseries, fft, and/or band power extraction.
- Statistics, linear algebra and machine learning function libraries built-in for application level data analysis.
- Tutorials provided in the package.
- GPIO and LCD support through wiringPi.
Myself, I see several advantages to such a system, when compared to laptop or even smart-phone based systems. This system results in a much cheaper, but still stand alone and even wearable, platform. An easier access to GPIOs to interface with any electro-mechanical systems (we speak of an embedded systems application).
So please let me know guys, how interested are you in this kind of systems and what would you be able to achieve, if you had this in your hands.