Stop Guessing, Start Musing
Muse is the first tool in the world that can give you accurate, real-time feedback on what’s happening in your brain and body while you meditate. It provides motivational challenges and rewards to encourage you to build a regular practice.
How Muse Works:
Muse Translates Your Brainwaves Into the Guiding Sounds of Weather.
Muse is an EEG device widely used by neuroscience researchers around the world. It uses advanced signal processing to interpret your mental activity to help guide you. When your mind is calm and settled, you hear peaceful weather. Busy mind? As your focus drifts, you’ll hear stormy weather that cues you to bring your attention back to your breath.
Muse connects to your mobile device via Bluetooth. Once connected, simply start the Muse Meditation app, put on your headphones, and close your eyes. Once your session is complete, you can review your results and track your progress.
How does Muse measure your brain activity and biosensor data?
- Muse’s 7 finely calibrated EEG brain sensors – 2 on the forehead, 2 behind the ears plus 3 reference sensors – detect and measure the activity of your brain.
- Muse 2 has added PPG and pulse oximetry breath and heart sensors that are located on the front, righthand side of the forehead. Gyroscope and accelerometer sensors are found behind the ears.
- After each session, you’ll see how you did through a series of graphs and charts in the Muse meditation app.
- Muse will show you how your brain, heart, breath, and body did from moment to moment through simple, easy to understand graphs and charts.
Can Muse Help Build a Habit?
- Use the Muse app to follow your progress over time and learn new things about your own mind, heart, breath, and body.
- To help keep you motivated and improving, Muse also gives you points, goals, challenges and bonuses to strive for. With every session, you earn points and can adjust your goal to fit your needs.
Is Muse safe?
- Muse does not use electrical stimulation – it’s a PASSIVE tool that gives you accurate, real-time feedback on what’s happening in your brain.
- EEG has been used in hospitals and research institutions for nearly a century to study the brain.