thinkgear_socket_protocol.txt · Last modified: 2014/06/18 14:16 by neurosky

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 The ThinkGear Socket Protocol (TGSP) is a [[http://​www.json.org|JSON-based]] protocol for the transmission and receipt of ThinkGear brainwave data between a client and a server. TGSP was designed to allow languages and/or frameworks without a standard serial port API (e.g. Flash and most scripting languages) to easily integrate brainwave-sensing functionality through socket APIs.  The ThinkGear Socket Protocol (TGSP) is a [[http://​www.json.org|JSON-based]] protocol for the transmission and receipt of ThinkGear brainwave data between a client and a server. TGSP was designed to allow languages and/or frameworks without a standard serial port API (e.g. Flash and most scripting languages) to easily integrate brainwave-sensing functionality through socket APIs. 
  
-This document is a specification for TGSP.+This document is a specification for TGSP and can be used in conjunction with the ThinkGear Connector applications on the PC and Mac.
  
  

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