Developers, researchers or hobbyists interested in reading brainwaves to integrate extra next-generation features into their project, game or application. May be interested in a new piece of open source hardware which has been created called ESP1. The system is capable of allowing users to control anything with their mind and includes an open source suite of Arduino development tools. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the ESP1 brainwave reader which has launched via the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week.
Equipped with a ride range of sensors the new hardware is capable of helping users meditate as well as boost overall mental health. ESP1 is now available to back via the Kickstarter website with development kits available from just £42 or $59, depending on your location and delivery is expected to take place during May 2018.
Features of the ESP1 brainwave controller include a comfortable ergonomic design, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, affordable pricing structure even for early adopters, as well as and integrated rechargeable battery that includes fast charge technology and is capable of powering the headset for up to 5 hours of a single charge.
Bioblue the developers of the ESP1 say the system is also safe to be used by children and pregnant women, as it does not emit any harmful electrical signals or radiation. For more information on full specifications as well as a list of all available pledges jump over to the official ESP1 Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
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