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   - **[[http://​store.neurosky.com/​products/​mindset-development-tools|Download the free MDT]]** and **[[http://​store.neurosky.com|purchase a MindSet]]** (remember, there is a 21-day risk-free return policy!)   - **[[http://​store.neurosky.com/​products/​mindset-development-tools|Download the free MDT]]** and **[[http://​store.neurosky.com|purchase a MindSet]]** (remember, there is a 21-day risk-free return policy!)
-  - Open Visual Studio 2005*. +  - Open Visual Studio 2005 to [[create ​a new project:]]
-  - Create ​a new project: +
-    - Use the "​Visual C/C++" > "​Win32"​ > "Win32 Console Application"​ template +
-    - Name the project "​thinkgear_testapp"​ +
-    - Put the new project in an existing Solution or a new Solution. +
-    - Click OK. +
-  - When the Win32 Application Wizard pops up, select "​Application Settings":​ +
-    - Under Application type, make sure "​Console application"​ is selected +
-    - Under Additional options, make sure only "Empty project"​ is selected +
-    - Under common header files, make sure nothing is selected +
-    - Click Finish +
-  - Use Windows Explorer to copy the "​thinkgear.h",​ "​thinkgear.lib",​ and "​thinkgear_testapp.c"​ files we provided to the new thinkgear_testapp project directory. +
-  - In Visual Studio, right-click on the "​Source Files" folder: +
-    - Select "​Add"​ > "​Existing Item..."​ +
-    - Select the "​thinkgear_testapp.c"​ file in the thinkgear_testapp folder +
-  - Right-click on the "​Header Files" folder: +
-    - Select "​Add"​ > "​Existing Item..."​ +
-    - Select the "​thinkgear.h"​ file in the thinkgear_testapp folder +
-  - Right-click on the "​thinkgear_testapp"​ project itself: +
-    - Select "​Add"​ > "​Existing Item..."​ +
-    - Select the "​thinkgear.lib"​ file in the thinkgear_testapp folder (you may have to change "Files of type" at the bottom to "All Files",​ and then ignore any prompts to create rules) +
-  - Build the project (The "​thinkgear_testapp.exe"​ file should appear in Windows Explorer in the "​SOLUTION\Debug\"​ folder) +
-  - Use Windows Explorer to copy the "​thinkgear.dll"​ file we provided into the same folder as the "​thinkgear_testapp.exe"​ ("​SOLUTION\Debug\"​),​ or into any folder on your system PATH. +
-  - Make sure your ThinkGear headset is connected to the computer on COM5 <​nowiki>​**</​nowiki>​. +
-  - Run the "​thinkgear_testapp.exe"​ file and watch the EEG brainwave values. +
-  - Read, understand, and adapt the code in thinkgear_testapp.cpp to your project to obtain data from ThinkGear Headsets. ​ Refer to the API documentation for details about the ThinkGear API functions.+
   - Check out the [[App Notes and Tutorials]] to try step-by-step tutorials to create your own projects, including Flash and Arduino.   - Check out the [[App Notes and Tutorials]] to try step-by-step tutorials to create your own projects, including Flash and Arduino.
  

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