Bio Sensing
Raspberry Pi

PiEEG

Open source Raspberry Pi shield that measures EEG, EMG, and ECG biosignals

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PiEEG is an open source Raspberry Pi shield that measures biosignals such as those used in electroencephalography (EEG), electromyography (EMG), and electrocardiography (ECG). PiEEG is versatile, easy to work with, and compatible with different types of electrodes. Best of all, it was designed to be usable by anyone. To begin measuring biosignals, all you need to do is connect the electrodes and run a python script. Applications include gaming, entertainment, sports, health, meditation, and more.

PiEEG relies on open source software to process biosignals in real time. Our GitHub repo provides open source models that will help you do things like control robots using the EEG signals generated by your mind! This device is intended to help you learn not only about neuroscience but also about signal processing, filters, and machine learning.

PiEEG Demo

You can use PiEEG for a wide variety of applications, including smart-home control, gaming, robotics, virtual-keyboard input, or even DIY polygraph experiments!

Features & Specifications

PiEEG Pinout Diagram

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Manufacturing Plan

Production PIEEG boards will be fabricated and assembled by PCBWay.

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In the Press

Electromaker

"PiEEG lowers the bar to access this kind of [physiological] data"

PCBWay Community Blog

"PiEEG is designed for everyone to use, all you should do is connect the electrodes and run the Python script to measure biosignals. And applications include gaming, entertainment, sports, health, meditation and so on."

Cornell University Archive

"This paper presents an inexpensive, high-precision, but at the same time, easy-to-maintain PIEEG board to convert a RaspberryPI to a Brain-computer interface. "


About the Team

hackerBCI

Tokyo, Japan  ·  hackerbci.com

Open Source Brain-Computer-Interface electronics. From hackers for hackers.

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