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-EEG acquisition:
-Algorithms for analysis and to correct of EEG:
-Cable preparation:
-Additional comments and features:

NeuroFeedback Suite Product Key is a new version of NeuroFeedback. NeuroFeedback Suite has more features and functions.
You can learn more about NeuroFeedback Suite in the following link.
NeuroFeedback Suite is an open source instrument that allows you to process your electroencephalography (EEG) data and you can control the EEG data with visual and auditory feedback.
NeuroFeedback Suite allows you to analyze your EEG data and find ways to change your brain’s activity. You can also control your brain activity with visual and auditory feedback.
You can learn more about NeuroFeedback Suite in the following link.

NeuroFeedback Suite comes with following algorithms to analyze your EEG data.
-low-pass filtering:
-common average reference (CAR):
-high-pass filtering:
-signal space projection (SSP):
-Izawa’s method for rapid visual inspection (IVI):
-fast Fourier transformation (FFT):
-Cancellation of zero-crossing (ZC):

Algorithms Description:
-Low-pass filtering:
-High-pass filtering:
-Signal Space Projection (SSP):
-Cancellation of zero-crossing (ZC):
-Fast Fourier Transformation (FFT):

NeuroFeedback Suite comes with following algorithms to correct EEG data.
-Continuous and Sustained Potentiation (CSP):
-Continuous Sustained Inhibition (CSI):
-Continuous Sustained Attention (CSA):
-Continuous Sustained Inhibition and Inhibition:
-Continuous Inhibition (CIN):
-Continuous Sustained Inhibition and Potentiation:
-Continuous Potentiation (CP):

Algorithms Description:
-Continuous and Sustained Potentiation (CSP):
-Continuous Sustained Inhibition (CSI):
-Continuous Sustained Attention (CSA):
-Continuous Sustained Inhibition and Inhibition:
-Continuous Inhibition (CIN):
-Continuous Sustained Inhibition and Pot

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– set input and output data
– define session and parameters
– choose target frequency (fast or slow)
– choose target levels (high or low)
– choose “custom” session

MATLAB 9.2 or later or Java 8 or later
Windows, Mac OS, or Linux
Tutorial videos (including screen shots)

This manual contains the documents you will need to guide you through each of the tasks in NeuroFeedback Suite.
This includes the following:
– user manual
– tutorial videos
– a folder with sample files for all the tasks

These are the tasks you will be doing in NFS.
1. Signal Processing
2. Session Definition
3. Session Parameters
4. Target Definition
5. System Configuration
6. Scalp Registration
7. Session Configuration
8. Project Configuration
9. Lifting Session
10. Bending Session
11. Viewing session
12. Lifting session implementation
13. Bending session implementation
14. Viewing session implementation
15. Nomenclature
16. Comments and footnotes

You can find these files in a folder with the same name as this manual in the NeuroFeedback Suite folder.















This section describes how to set up a session, define the parameters for a session, and define the targets for the session.

Set Up a Session

To begin a session, you will first need to define the session. You must first decide which session you want to use, and then decide what files you want to store on the hard drive.

After you have set the session parameters and start the session, you will be guided through all of the steps in setting up the session.

Choose the session

Choose the session you want to use. Click “Setup” and choose the session from the drop-down menu.

Select the files you want to store

Click “Setup” and select “Files” from the drop-down menu

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Visualization of important features in the EEG that can be useful for learning, such as:
Power Spectrum
Spectral Smoothing
Seizure detection
Odd/Even Effect
Noise Visualization
NeuroFeedback Suite is available for free on GitHub:

In this video we create a homemade food scale using the Arduino and an LCD display. Check the the video to see how to build this Arduino based food scale!
***Links for this project:

This instructable is an unofficial version of the Arduino-based food scale created by “EricTeanani”. Permission to use the original Arduino-based food scale has been granted by EricTeanani. The content and any suggestions are not associated with The Arduino Project. This instructable is only to show you how to make a homemade food scale.

This is an experiment where I took my 3D printed NFC card holder and instead of putting a credit card in it, placed a NFC tag in it. I then found an app on my phone that was able to read the tag. To be able to tell if the card was a 3D printed object, I put the tag in a wood block and had a laser carved into it. I then used the 3D printed card holder and the laser carved piece as a “card”.

In this video I created a simple Controller to Control the Hue of a bulb using the Arduino. I chose to use the HueAware library because it is very easy to use, and the code is well documented.
For this project I used a Hue White A19 LED Bulb, a HC-05 module, and a 5V Arduino Uno.
What you will need:
HueAware library,
Raspberry Pi,
Arduino HUETag,
5V Arduino,
HC-05 module,
3D printed template,
Heat Gun,
Wood Block,
This is an unofficial guide, we are not associated with the owners of the HueAware library. We use this code for educational purposes. The HueAware library code is available for commercial and educational use.

I created a simple remote to control the direction of the Heat Gun in Minecraft. In this video

What’s New in the NeuroFeedback Suite?

– NFS is based on the original EEG-Lab ([ but is now developed and maintained by UCL and is no longer affiliated with the EEG Lab.
– The package includes the functions and methods for:
– Automatic frequency analysis of your EEG data.
– Visualizing the ERP results.
– The functional information, displayed as Event Related Potential (ERP), is displayed in the form of several plots.
– The plots show the evolution of the EEG signal over time.
– Ancillary information such as EEG signals, with and without eye movements, are displayed.

Note that the functions used for visualization in NeuroFeedback Suite are not in the public domain, it is restricted to licensed NeuroFeedback Suite users. The license for the NeuroFeedback Suite does not allow the user to redistribute the functions (with or without modifications) outside the package. Therefore, the only way to distribute this software is to charge for the license.

NFS, like EEG-Lab, is based on Matlab, and allows you to study and analyze your own EEG data.

There are several differences between NFS and EEG-Lab:

– NFS does not use for interpretation the Aplha-Complex method, which is used in EEG-Lab. The user must know which Electroencephalography (EEG) features are expected in each software to make the results comparable.
– NFS uses a graphical interface that is less useful for most people. EEG-Lab still remains the most appropriate software for analysis of your own EEG data.
– NFS displays the oscillatory patterns as functions over time. EEG-Lab is still limited to a single graph, which does not allow you to observe the evolution of the results over time.

System Requirements

NeuroFeedback Suite is available for the following operating systems:

– Windows 7+

– Ubuntu 12.04+ (also the Debian distro is supported)

The following information is required to run the NeuroFeedback Suite:

– Matlab

– An EEG recording, which can be recorded with a portable EEG system such as the NeuroScan 5200 or NeuroScan 4200 from Quandt.

– Your own license for NeuroFeedback Suite

There are some limitations in the NeuroFeedback Suite:

– The NeuroFeedback Suite does not include a graphical user interface (GUI).
– The package is not supported by Aplha-Complex method (Aplha is a method used by EEG-Lab to process EEG data). It uses the mean method for the spectral analysis.

How to obtain a license for NeuroFeedback Suite:

– When you register on NeuroFeedback Suite website, you will receive a license key by email. This license key is also valid for the previous versions of NeuroFeed

System Requirements For NeuroFeedback Suite:

OS: Windows 7/8/10 (32/64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core i3/2.7GHz (single-core)
Memory: 4GB RAM
Graphics: AMD HD 7870 (1060) / NVIDIA GTX 460 2GB / Intel HD 4000
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 50GB available space
Additional: Controller USB ports and keyboard
OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)