Category: TCMP


Mouse FIELD 1.1.3

Slowed down the Button TCMP processing and added feedback for dashes. Dots are anything under a second, dashes are anything over and you have 10 seconds to complete a letter.

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Mouse FIELD 1.1.2

Added a new channel: Button TCMP, which interprets Morse Code patterns from mouse clicks and forwards them to the keyboard input. A quick click is a dot and anything longer is a dash. It is disabled by default so it needs to be enabled under plugins.

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Mouse FIELD 1.1.1

Added a new channel: Mouse TCMP, which interprets Morse Code patterns from mouse movements and forwards them to the keyboard input. A small movement, above 32 is a dot, and anything above 100 is a dash. It is disabled by default so it needs to be enabled under plugins. It will type into any application that has focus and accepts keyboard input.

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Made the TCMP spacing less generous.

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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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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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Over the last few years, [Michael] has been working on the Lucid Scribe project, an online sleep research database to document lucid dreams. This project uses a combination of hardware and software to record rapid eye movements while sleeping. Not only is [Michael] able to get his computer to play music when he starts dreaming (thus allowing him to recognize he’s in a dream), he can also communicate from within a dream by blinking his eyes in Morse code.

According to the Lucid Scribe blog, [Michael] and other researchers in the Lucid Scribe project have developed motion-sensing hardware capable of detecting heartbeats. This equipment is also sensitive enough to detect the Rapid Eye Movements associated with dreaming. This hardware feeds data into the Lucid Scribe app and detects when [Michael] is dreaming. Apparently, [Michael] has been practicing his lucid dreaming; he’s actually been able to move his eyes while dreaming to blink our…

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