Hi, I'm Darren Mothersele, I've been doing Drupal full time for over 6 years now. I architect complete Drupal-based solutions, troubleshoot Drupal sites, optimise Drupal setups, and develop Drupal modules. I also created the Cyril programming language for live coding.
I've toyed with deleting my Facebook account before, and today I finally did it. I want the web to be a better place, and this is my contribution towards that.
I needed a simple way to submit data to a server using C++, this example shows how you can make use of the Poco libraries provided in openFrameworks to simplify this task.
There have been many hacks posted online over the past few years that show how to build a simple EEG machine using the Mattel MindFlex headset.
It's simple to interface this with the Arduino to read the basic single signal EEG data the toy produces. The toy actually only uses one of the measures (attention) but it outputs various useful bits of information.
The MindFlex toy includes a headset that reads EEG wave data. There's lots of information on hacking this toy to create a simple EEG machine using the limited data the headset provides by default. In this project I have extracted the full RAW EEG data using the same toy headset from the MindFlex game.
I presented yesterday at the July edition of the "Untangle the Web" meetup being held at the Google Campus in London. When I was invited to speak, I was asked to give an introductory talk about Drupal and what kind of things it's good for. To do this, I decided to talk about how I was introduced to Drupal, how it's developed over the years, metadata and future-friendly content, and a preview of what's coming in the next version of Drupal.
Here are the slides from the presentation I gave last night at the Drupal Show and Tell event in London. Apologies for the background as came out a bit weird after I converted to PDF and uploaded to slideshare.