Lightstone hack – update

16 11 2014

This follows on from my previous post about the Wild Divine Lightstone where I have included more detail about the sensors themselves in relation to my DreamJacker mask project.

Photosensor mounted in mask

Lightstone photo sensor mounted in mask

I have now also utilised a suitable IR led from an old remote control to act as the transmitter in order to reflect the light off my closed eyelid and back on to the photoresistor. This signal is then fed to the Lightstone interface which acts as an analogue to digital converter with hardware connection to my computer via a short usb cable.

Lucidcode do already have a suitable plugin to monitor the heartbeat and GSR (Galvanic Skin Response) by using the standard finger electrodes originally supplied with the Lightstone, including software intended for the later IOM versions.

Lucid Scribe heart trace screenshot using Lightstone electrodes

Lucid Scribe screenshot showing heartbeat via Lightstone electrodes

However Michael kindly updated the plugin by adding the necessary code to create a new channel ‘IR LED REM’ which is especially intended for this project. (Lightstone IOM 0.9.8)

Read more about the Lightstone hack.

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17 11 2014
Michael Paul Coder

Reblogged this on lucidcode.

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