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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