Thanks for replying so soon. Well the mai problems with the OpenEEG software is that none of them are finished, and in order to get somewhere with them one should know how to program FFT and other complicated numerical aproaches for signal processing in C or Java, in labview its really different (or so I think), if anyone has downloaded from the OpenEEG Software page a program called Bioexplorer, it is a really nicely done program which reminds me a lot of labview, you just pick and place filters, bar graphs, spectrum analizers, etc. the program is $400 dollars and I think something similar could be done in labview.
My long term application would be a DSP that would do everything that we will do in labview, I would like to make a standalone application that you could connect to your scalp, and via leds or other actuators, create feedback. Yet first I would need to understand the processing of the signal if later I want to have it done inside a DSP.
You can check out some of my work in robotics in www.youtube.com/juanpablocanguro I have some nice videos there, and will commit to the time it takes to see this project through.
The objective as I see it is to create a Labview application that resembles Bioexplorer closed source software. If anyone downloads that software you will probably realize its not a lot of trouble, its a straight approach pretty much (I would think).
Thanks, I'll keep posting, check my videos and imagine a robot that responds to the presence of certain brainwaves!