how_to_use_the_thinkgear_api_in_xcode_mac_os_x.txt · Last modified: 2014/06/26 14:23 by Amine Bouchti

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 +Note: If HelloEEG does not compile and you see the following error, try deleting and re-adding ThinkGear.framework under Frameworks and Libraries from the menu shown below.
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 +  - Click **ThinkGear.framework** and then click the **-** button.
 +  - Click the **+** button and then click **Add Other**
 +  - Find and add **ThinkGear.framework** in **TG-SDK** --> **TG-SDK For Mac** --> **lib** --> **ThinkGear.framework**
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 +If HelloEEG is run without connecting the ThinkGear-enabled headset, the application should look like this:
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 +Once the headset is connected, run the application once again. The application should now look like this:
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 +If the Poor Signal data reads 0, Meditation and Attention data should be fluctuating every second. If Poor Signal reads something other than 0, re-adjust the headset accordingly until Poor Signal data goes down to 0.
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 +At this point, you should be able to browse the code, make modifications,​ compile, and deploy the app to your device or emulator just like any typical OS X application.
 ====== Importing ThinkGear Functions ====== ====== Importing ThinkGear Functions ======
 At the top of your header or implementation,​ you should include the Core Foundation library: At the top of your header or implementation,​ you should include the Core Foundation library:

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