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Lucid Scribe 1.3.6

Fixed the method of saving data for the hour view.

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Made the TCMP spacing less generous.

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A new Lucid Scribe plugin that monitors a mixture of muscle, skin and nerve activity including sympathetic and parasympathetic components that can be summarized as biopotentials from the OCZ / BCINet NIA (Neural Impulse Actuator), based on the NIA Brew code.

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Smoothed out the NeuroSky RAW channel.

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Spaces can now be typed between words on the TCMP channel. A dot is a gentle blink, so that the NeuroSky EEG channel spikes above 500, but below 900. A dash is more of a frown, or wink or raising of the eyebrows so that the NeuroSky EEG channel spikes above 900.

To practice, reference the International Morse Code chart. Start with a single E (dot) and then a T (dash). Then say SOS and finally CONSCIOUS.

This feature is not enabled by default. You will need to check the TCMP checkbox when opening Lucid Scribe (and make sure the NS TCMP channel is enabled under the Plugins). Then open a word processor and make sure it has focus before “typing”.

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Added visualization of the TCMP letters as they are typed.
DreamNET
Bill Murphy, the Science Correspondent of the Lucid Dreaming Experience magazine and a long time user, who some of you may know as the Lead Scientist from shows on the SyFy and Discovery channel, has been working on a device based on NeuroSky’s ThinkGear AM chipset that plugs right into Lucid Scribe.

Inspired by Tom’s mod on LSDBase, Bill hopes to open up a wide range of experiments for those interested in performing personal dream research and contributing to the search for lucidity. And I hope to gain access to a fountain of research data to feed into a new research platform.

I want to believe that the logo pays homage to my allusions to lightbending.

OpenEEG 1.0.0

Added a configuration option for the blink interval, in milliseonds, of the eye-movement-detection algorithm.

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Added an option to the advanced settings to call the “Lucid Scribe Trigger” task in Tasker (free trial). Simply add a new task called “Lucid Scribe Trigger” and it will be played instead of the audio track. Make sure that “Allow External Access” is checked under Preferences / Misc in Tasker.

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Squeezed the last drop of sensitivity out of the NeuroSky EEG channel. And added the NS TCMP channel. To practice, reference the International Morse Code chart:

A = .-
B = -...
C = -.-.
D = -..
E = .
F = ..-.
G = --.
H = ....
I = ..
J = .---
K = -.-
L = .-..
M = --
N = -.
O = ---
P = .--.
Q = --.-
R = .-.
S = ...
T = -
U = ..-
V = ...-
W = .--
X = -..-
Y = -.--
Z = --..
0 = -----
1 = .----
2 = ..----
3 = ...--
4 = ....-
5 = .....
6 = -....
7 = --...
8 = ---..
9 = ----.

Start with a single E (dot) and then a T (dash). A dot is a gentle blink, so that the NeuroSky EEG channel spikes above 500, but below 900. A dash is more of a forced blink so that the NeuroSky EEG channel spikes above 900. Then say SOS and finally CONSCIOUS. I will post a video walk-through next week and then add the channel to the OpenEEG plugin.

This feature is not enabled by default. You will need to check the TCMP checkbox when opening Lucid Scribe (and make sure the NS TCMP channel is enabled under the Plugins). Then open Notepad (Start -> Run… -> and type in “notepad”) and make sure it has focus and send a communication. You will need to remain perfectly still, in an almost meditative state…

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