Drowsy driving statistics
What it does
Drivers wear a Muse headware and it reads the user's brain waves/ EEG data and if the user starts to fall asleep [ i.e. exceed a certain threshold], we send a signal to a Pebble watch which causes a vibration which will wake the user up.
How I built it
We took the data generated from the Muse headware and parsed it, thenused those numbers to determine when the Pebble watch should vibrate
Challenges I ran into
Figuring out how to set up each equipment. Getting each part to communicate with each other. Setting up servers for each of the different equipment to run on.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
Figuring out how to solve the challenges listed above.
What I learned
How to use both the Muse and Pebble hardware/ softwares, EEG waves, data buffers, and setting up servers.
What's next for AlertMuse
Compatibility with phones and other devices.