Featured research with Muse
Muse is a powerful, compact electroencephalography (EEG) system. By leveraging improvements in dry sensor technology, Bluetooth and battery life, as well as significant advances in digital signal processing, Muse makes it easy to access and use brainwave data, inside and outside the laboratory and in real-world environments.
Mindfulness Using a Wearable Brain Sensing Device for Health Care Professionals During a Pandemic:A Pilot Program
Attentional and Affective Consequences of Technology Supported Mindfulness: a Randomized Trial
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Dr. Walter Greenleaf
Prof. Steve Mann, Ph.D.
Rania Nasis, MD, MBA
Joseph C. Kvedar, MD
Thomas Kilduff, Ph.D.
Dr. Norman Anderson, Ph.D.
Dr. Dean Ornish, MD
Dr. Rudy Tanzi, Ph.D.
Dr. Daniel Kraft, MD
Dr. Henry Harbin, MD
Dr. John P. Sullivan
Dr. Norman Doidge, MD
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Research Resource Identifier (RRID)
If you’re publishing research papers with Muse, make them more easily identifiable to other scientists through the Research Resource Identifier (RRID) initiative.
Don’t forget to insert Muse’s unique identifier in your paper’s methods section when you first mention Muse, like this:
Muse Tools for Developers & Researchers
Muse SDK handles the Bluetooth connection and asynchronously manages that connection.By linking with the Muse library, an application can access signals from the sensors on the Muse headband (EEG, PPG, accelerometer, etc.) along with a few processed signals as identified in the SDK documentation.
Muse Professionals Program
Researchers using Muse can access the same professional tools as clinicians through the Muse Professionals Program.
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