Hi everyone! First, let me just say I think it’s great that a canadian tech company like Interaxxon is leading the way in this field of mobile neurofeedback. I also love the business strategy of having an open SDK and the overall strategy and lower/accessible pricepoint and leveraging mobile technology.
Q1) Can streams of EEG data generated by the Muse (in mobile sensor mode) be exported and then analyzed by other software tools? EX: I’m looking at the Brainstorm application, which is an open source application based out of the efforts the McConnel Institute in Montreal (out of McGill). Could Muse EEG data be analyzed in the Brainstorm application?
Q2) Can the Muse hooked up to any Bluetooth device, or only iOS and Android mobile devices that can download and use the app? EX: my laptop can connect to Bluetooth devices. Could this run the needed Muse applications to collect Muse headband sensor data?
Q3) (this is probably the most important business question). Is there way to have a single device collect multiple streams of Muse headband data? I’m looking very closing at using Muse for small teams (3-10 adults) and classrooms (20-30 kids) and it would be much cheaper and simpler if I could have a single device collect many people at once- best case scenario being a single laptop collecting a whole room of 30 people’s data. Or, is this possible but doesn’t yet exist and simply needs to be created using C# and the SDK?
Thanks for the help everyone! Also, my name is Robert Ogilvie and I’m a Project Manager and Professional Coach based out of Fredericton, NB- so feel free to reach out if you think we have some professional or research alignment. You can find me here on facebook https://www.facebook.com/robert.ogilvie.9 or here on LinkedIn https://ca.linkedin.com/in/robert-ogilvie-20933234