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Example 7: EmoState and EEGLogger

This example demonstrates the use of the core Emotiv API functions.  It logs all detection results for the attached users after successfully establishing a connection to the Emotiv EmoEngine™ or XavierComposer™.

Please note that this examples only works with the SDK versions that allow raw EEG access (Research, Education and Enterprise Plus).

The data is recorded in EEG_Data.csv files and Affectiv_Data.csv, they put in the folder .. \ bin \.

EEG_Data.csv file stores  channels : ED_COUNTER,

                        ED_AF3, ED_F7, ED_F3, ED_FC5, ED_T7,

                        ED_P7, ED_O1, ED_O2, ED_P8, ED_T8,

                        ED_FC6, ED_F4, ED_F8, ED_AF4, ED_GYROX, ED_GYROY, ED_TIMESTAMP,

                        ED_FUNC_ID, ED_FUNC_VALUE, ED_MARKER, ED_SYNC_SIGNAL

           

Affectiv_Data.csv file stores : Engagement, Frustration, Meditation, Excitement

Before the end of the program, EE_EngineDisconnect() is called to terminate the connection with the EmoEngine and free up resources associated with the connection.  The user should also call EE_EmoStateFree() and EE_EmoEngineEventFree() to free up memory allocated for the EmoState buffer and EmoEngineEventHandle.

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