The OpenBCI GUI is OpenBCI’s powerful software tool for visualizing, recording, and streaming data from the OpenBCI Boards. Data can be displayed in live-time, played back, saved to your computer in .txt format, as well as streamed in live-time to third-party softwares such as MATLAB. It can be launched as a standalone application or as a sketch from Processing (a Java-based programming language). In this guide, we will cover both scenarios.
New major release of OpenBCI GUI uses BrainFlow API as a primary data acquisition and signal processing library.