Simulating Brain Waves
I'm working on a production and we'd like to put in some different types of brainwaves represented visually.
We won't be able to work with live data from a sensor, so I'm looking to use one of the following methods:
- A GLSL shader
- Pre-recorded brain wave data pulled in via a Data Array actor and pumped into a Grapher actor.
- Simulating it by adding variance to the output of a Wave Generator then pumping that into a Grapher actor.
- Stock footage of brainwave.
Does anyone have any pre-recorded brainwave data that they'd be willing to share? Or public domain data sets that I can access and use?
Would also be interested in anything anyone can point me to in terms of a crash-course explanation of the different types of brainwaves.
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I have an example somewhere (I'll find, update, and share it) of CSV parsing using the papaparse JS library. It was something I covered in a class I taught at the Troikatronix Werkstatt's.
Python has a built-in CSV module, so working with CSV in Python is even easier. I should put together a short sample file for this as well :)
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