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Description:Joel Murphy | Systems Sculpture Joel Murphy Systems Sculpture Skip to content About Sculpture 555 VCO short films ← Older posts depth Posted on March 24, 2014 by JoelMurphy this is from 2008, if my va is ranked 25408406 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,503. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Joel Murphy | Systems Sculpture Joel Murphy Systems Sculpture Skip to content About Sculpture 555 VCO short films ← Older posts depth Posted on March 24, 2014 by JoelMurphy this is from 2008, if my various e-things can be trusted. the collar with stars makes me think that’s correct. sunshine on the pie-pan. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment MADE IN SPACE !!! Posted on September 30, 2013 by JoelMurphy Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment BrainWaves Posted on September 15, 2013 by JoelMurphy Last weekend, I trekked up to Boston for the Open Source Hardware Association Summit. The talks were amazing. It’s a great group to be a part of, and I love watching it grow. This post is not about the OSHWA Summit, however. It is about brains. My brains. And, yes, I do have a working set of brains. That was proved on Thursday afternoon, the day before, in a hotel right near Logan Airport. My client in the DARPA EEG project came down from New Hampshire for an arranged meeting to view and test-drive a legit commercial EEG. We will need to test our equipment against something real, so he is looking to purchase a multi-channel rig. Serendipity timed everything just right, and I got dropped off at the hotel at exactly the appointed hour. I was going to be the test subject! That’s me getting loaded up with electrode goo! We used 8 active electrodes, and the EEG hardware is mady by Cortech Solutions. Most of the electrodes were on the back of my head, and some on the sides. That’s a reference electrode there in the front, and a ground clip on my earlobe. Once we got the cap on, plugged in, and signals showing up on the laptop, we ran a few tests. First, I blinked. You could see in the signals a discreet spike of noise that got smaller in the electrode signals that were placed further back on my head (further away from my eyelid muscles). Next, I gritted my teeth. This produced a high-frequency signal that overwhelmed any other signals. Cool! The afternoon included a Brain Computer Interface demonstration and I controlled the demonstration laptop with my brain! Here’s how it worked. I wish I had pictures of this. The computer screen was set up in a grid of letters and numbers and command keys (space, backspace, enter, etc) the screen would flash entire rows or columns randomly, and my job was to count or otherwise notice when the letter or key I wanted to use lit up. As a beginner, I was set up with ~30 row/column flashes to ensure the computer was reading my brain correctly. The computer was looking for something called ‘evoked potentials’. My noticing the target key, causes a predictable change in my brainwave pattern. Then the computer locates the correct key by matching which row and column flashes have the best match to the expected evoked potential signal. After training with the system by spelling the word ‘water’, I spelled -on my own, with only my brain and eyeballs- the word ‘tight’. Damn that was cool. This kind of computer control is something that we will be able to do with the EEG system that we’re building for Open BCI. The site is under construction, and will be fleshed out much more by the time of the NYC Maker Faire, where I will be hanging out at the DARPA EEG booth and participating in a talk on Saturday. More on the details of that in another post. Brains, who knew how much fun they are?! Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment Heliopause! Posted on September 12, 2013 by JoelMurphy What is 12 Billion miles away and traveling at 38 thousand miles per hour? The first human made hunk of stuff to make it out of our sun’s neighborhood, that’s what! Never thought we’d throw a thing so high…. Here’s a great story from NASA Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment Happy Birthday Curiosity Posted on August 6, 2013 by JoelMurphy You sweet sweet thing On the map, it looks like after you found some bad traffic, you flipped a bitch at Yellow Knife Bay. And, if I may make a first ever inter-planetary discovery, they drive on the wrong side of the road over there in Mars! You gotta watch out Curiosity! Look right!! And I see now how you’re s’possed to flip-it queens style in Mars. That’s right. Get it up there into that bay, and stop in Glenelg for a coffee. Twice. Coming and going. Science does it again! There’s much more here Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged bitch, mars | Leave a comment Bicycle Powered MRI Posted on July 15, 2013 by JoelMurphy MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. So, the SpokePOV uses a Magnet to measure wheel rotation, and derives the Resonant frame rate by timing Magnet readings, and then it makes the Image appear, as if by some kind of circular magic, on the bicycle wheel! Thank you Adafruit, for this super cool toy! I use it to make legit brain-scan on a bike! I made two images of brains and fine-tuned in the SpokePOV software. The SpokePOV software is not very sophisticated, but it is Sunday after all, and I have a bottle of Lillet and an orange. Just so you can see the POWER of SpokePOV, I’m putting screen-grabs from the software head to head with pictures I took of my wheel spinning in my apartment. To take the picture, I used my iPhone4 with the LongExpoFree app in the LightTrail setting. Not bad! I think the first one looks more like cauliflower. The second one is a cross-section (s l i c e !) I like the slice better. The reason for this velodrome vivisection is that I am finally booked for the DARPA EEG thing. The ongoing direct contractual process is removed from me, thankfully, but I did get a PO this week from the lead company and have already begun work. The hardware will be built around Texas Instruments ADS1299 which is, in so many ways, an EEG system-on-a-chip. There will be lots more details to come, but the best part is that it allows very fine control of the metal. You get gain control, all the channel inputs are thoroughly multiplexed, high common-mode rejection, and simultaneous sampling. The interface sits on a high-speed SPI bus. It is a very sensitive sensor! It will be great for reading EEG, but that’s not all. EMG and ECG and other biopotentials are easy pickings. Any really really tiny electric potential can be measured by this thing. The chip has Eight separate channels that can be measured separately, or in relation to each other. Simultaneously. And, you can daisy-chain multiple chips together to get more channels. HA! All of the designs and firmware will be open source and the initial focus will be on Arduino compatibility. You may have noticed that we are living through multiple revolutions at once, and one of them is The Open Hardware Movement which has leveraged the design and spirit of Arduino into a Mass Movement of Makers. The ‘footprint’ of Arduino is widely mimicked by Shields (add on boards, or daughter cards) and other devices wishing to play in the Arduino space. Happily enough, a few ARMs are now available with the same Arduino form factor. I’m planning libraries for the DUE, Maple, FreedomBoard, an... Whois

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