Software development was done using Android Standard Development Kit (SDK) coupled with Eclipse Integrate Development Environment (IDE). Results were simulated on the computer using the built-in emulator option in the SDK. Hardware specifications were adjusted in the emulator such as emulator RAM and processing speed, based on current smartphone models, to test the real-time capabilities the monitoring software. Overall results via emulation suggest that real time display on an Android smartphone can be achieved as the sensors pick up live biological signals.
Cognionics Bluetooth Device
This is the current sensor technology Cognionics uses to record and trasmitt EEG data.
Real Time Data Input Stream
This is the distribution of data collected regarding the recorded latency of the application for receiving signals (DAQThread method) and creating a view for the signals (DrawThread).
Screenshots of Graphing Display Application Displaying multichannel signal noise
This is what we have created on the Android Platform. The blue represents the new data that overwrites the red data.