Install out of the box liblightstone from Github onto a linux operating system. If that install fails or the driver needs modification then the job will include modifying the driver and/or creating a working workaround. Modify or create the driver called liblightstoneFIXED formely called liblightstone found at or see cached copies of [login to view URL] or [login to view URL] . This is a C-based development library for the Lightstone, a Biometric USB device distributed with the Journey to Wild Divine Relaxation Software ([login to view URL]) Install it on Linux ( libusb-1.0 ) and demonstrate it works with any LibreOffice or data graphing software(mutually agreed to by user and programmer) 1. Provide me with working version, locked or password protected would be fine. 2. I pay for source code and then afterwards you deliver the source code to me electronically.
Use anything, I am agnostic as to programming language. Previously worked with ( libusb-1.0 ) (Appears it still works with linux but does not work with windows.) However, I would like to driver to work with some sort of data capture program such as Libre Office, Python, Neuromore, OpenViBE, LSL, BrainBay, BioEra, See Wikipedia entry [login to view URL] and OpenVibe Acquisition Server web page [login to view URL] .
I am one man funding this until I can make a go of it.
To build liblightstone, make a subdirectory in the source dir (called whatever you want), then go into that directory and run "cmake ..". This will generate the project files for your platform (makefiles for OS X and linux, unlikely to work on visual studio for windows). For more information on project generators, look at the cmake documentation.
The VID/PID pair of the lightstone will need to be blacklisted on linux in order to use liblightstone there.
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A. Install a working driver of a biosensor system that includes heartrate, galvanic skin response, etc. from a consumer grade system called WildDivine.
B. Confirm by demonstrating the data from the sensors dumped into a program that can graph the data such as LibreOffice spreadsheet. Some app that can then display a live graph of live data in micro second increments in order to track changes in the values of those sensors.
*Note the source code file was to large to upload here. I have google drive if you prefer to use that.
C based Programming
Here is a sample of what files I have so far. If it is not helpful then just start from scratch.
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