Many of us have heard of the Raspberry Pi in the past. It may sound like a food but is anything but. It is a great tool for folks who want to try exciting electronics projects. This infographic from WhoIsHostingThis shows you how to get started with it:
And there it is: The end result of the Magic Mirror. Read the full story: Part I - The Idea & The Mirror Part II - The Monitor Part III - The Casing Part IV - Install The Hardware Part V - Installing the Raspberry Pi Part VI - Production of the Interface
Brain signals can be read using soft, flexible, wearable electrodes that stick onto and near the ear like a temporary tattoo and can stay on for more than two weeks even during highly demanding activities such as exercise and swimming, researchers say.