MuSAE Lab member Raymundo Cassani has made available a LabVIEW OpenBCI Toolkit to the research community. The OpenBCI (http://openbci.com/) Board V3 is a versatile and affordable analog-to-digital converter that can be used to sample electrical brain activity (EEG), muscle activity (EMG), heart rate (ECG), and more. It is compatible with any type of electrode and is supported by an ever-growing, open-source framework of signal processing applications. This toolkit implements the OpenBCI communication protocol in LabVIEW to write (configuration) and read (configuration, raw EEG data and acceleration data) from the OpenBCI board V3. Codes can be found here.