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Everything posted by Turbolego

  1. In the recent techquickie video "Can you control a computer with your mind" linus talks about brain control and if we have to wait to try it. He also talks about a brain controlled VR game that is in development. Last year i made a guide on how to brain-control _any_ VR game that is supported by the OpenVR input emulator using a cheap Emotiv Insight EEG headset (mentioned producer of EEG gear in the techquickie video) My step-by-step guide using Fallout 4 VR as an example: https://youtu.be/_yG75R7id6s Linus, if you wanna try brain controlled games in VR just buy an Emotiv Insight (cheap!) and follow my guide (free!). I have used Emotiv gear for several years now to control stuff in VR games and it's easy to set up and use. National newspaper testing out my setup for a gaming expo: https://www.vgtv.no/video/165999/styrer-spillet-med-tankene I recently used it to recreate the plot of the movie "Firefox" from 1982 with Clint Eastwood where he has to steal a Mig jetplane from the soviet union that can only fire the weapons if you "think in russian". Silly trailer i made for the security conference where we used this stuff to attract people to our stand: https://youtu.be/JNHqMlf1WyM You can also control game consoles like nintendo 64 and playstation etc. Using Emotiv gear. Here's the code i wrote for brain control with the game "time crisis" for the playstation 1: https://github.com/TurboDevsAS/BlissBrain_TimeCrisis_Prototype_SpillExpo/blob/master/README.md I have more examples too. I would love to see a LTT video on this! Please bother me if you need help!
  2. Any smaller solutions than the Hyper M.2? Main goal is to get 5 NVMe's in the smallest package possible. A Mini ITX board with 1 NVMe + 1 Hyper M.2 might be the smallest solution so far.
  3. Hi! What is the smallest motherboard that has support for 5 NVMe drives? I know that for example the Gigabyte GA-Z170X-SOC FORCE board supports 3 NVMe drives. I also know that there are solutions like the ASUS HYPER M.2 X16 CARD that gives your motherboard 4 NVMe drives. But what is the smallest motherboard that can fit 5 (or more) NVMe drives? Thanks!