2010/WhoBringsWhat

INI

Tobi

  1. 6x DVS128 USB silicon retinas  http://siliconretina.ini.uzh.ch
  2. 4x Servo motors with USB servo controllers
  3. Tool box with clippers, pliers, screwdrivers
  4. Wirewrap set
  5. USB cables, mini USB hubs
  6. hot glue gun
  7. Stapler / staples
  8. US power strip
  9. Multimeter
  10. Connector-making kit

Shih-Chii

  1. 2x AEREAR2 USB silicon cochlea
  2. Audio cables, microphones
  3. Pan-tilt unit and controller

Daniel

  1. 3x Wifi routers
  2. File / wiki / SVN server machine
  3. Katana robot arm

Maryland

JHU and UCy (Andreas & Guillaume)

Multimodal sensory system

  1. 3 x pairs of uDoppler ultrasound units Tx and Rx (25kHz, 33kHz ,40kHz)
  2. 3 x seismic vector sensor (x,y,z)
  3. 2 x quad microphone arrays (JHU ASUs)
  4. 1 x 3D TOF camera (MESA SR4000)
  5. 2 x Panasonic internet cameras

Wireless "cortex"

A/D and D/A interface modules with analog preamplifiers, USB interface and FPGA for local processing and FM Rx. All A/D and D/A converters on any module are globally synchronized to within 4us using a radio beacon.

  1. 3 x seismic
  2. 3 x ulrasound uDoppler
  3. 2 x ASU
  4. 1 x stereo microphone
  5. 1 x stereo microphone (ICP)
  6. 1 x FM Tx synchronizer

Laptops:

  1. 1 x MacBookPro? (17 inch)
  2. 2 x HP 311 netbooks (1 spare battery)
  3. 1 x HP 4400 laptop

Other:

  1. 2 x wireless speakers and base station (900MHz)
  2. 2 x broadband Polk Audio mini-speakers
  3. 2 x wireless microphone tx/rx pairs (Audio Technica)
  4. 1 x Radio Shack sound meter
  5. 1 x Data Translation DT9837A (Quad simultaneously sampled 24 bit ADC + 1 DAC)
  6. 6 x USB extenders (active)
  7. 4 x spare USB cables (short)
  8. 1 x serial to USB converter
  9. 1 x dual serial to PCMCIA converter
  10. 1 x helmet
  11. 1 x Tektronix portable scope
  12. 1 x WiFi? access point Dlink DI-624
  13. 1 x Belkin 7 port powered USB hub
  14. 1 x 4 port USB hub
  15. 1 x Linksys 8 port Gigabit switch
  16. 1 x 1Tb NAS unit

Georgia Tech

Univ. of Arizona

  1. 4 PCs to be set up and used to acquire Tactile, EMG and EEG data (to be installed with Matlab), so each will need some space around it.
  2. One speaker (Brunner) is bringing 5 separate BCI2000 EEG systems, which will require several tables to set up and use.
  3. We are planning to bring several of Reid Harrison's Intan boards to interface to electrodes at the workshop.
  4. We are planning on modifying two radio-controlled cars to be "mind-controlled", and will need space to work.

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