Can anyone share a "recording" they've made with Muse-Lab?


#1

I’m just waiting for my Muse to ship, but I can’t wait to start playing around with the data. Does anyone have some raw EEG data recorded with Muse that they wouldn’t mind sharing? Thanks!


#2

Here’s a link to a raw 10 second recording if anyone else wants see what the OSC output looks like who doesn’t have access to the hardware just yet.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/3wto5vm5vn…_recording.txt


#3

Hi sloankev,

Thanks a lot for sharing. It’s now two months since I was ready to buy other device (the one that has 14 sensors) and when I knew about Muse I started changing my mind because of the Muse team’s approach appearing to be more serious to me. But everything is going too slow here.

As a developer I was just like you - eager to see some real data. I have already saved all the docs and applications available for download, read them a lot, but having nothing to do without the device on hands.

Now, your file seems to be saved with muse-lab, correct ?
But I can’t see any option in muse-lab.jar to open (and see) a previously saved file - so, whats worth saving the recordings ?

Well, by just seeing the saved file already helps a bit. Thanks !

Eduardo


#4

any news on how to playback this file ?


#5

i just found out, that you can playback the file with the -o option in the muse-player

unfortunately i am running into this error:
muse-player -o muselab_recording.txt
Muse Player 1.4.2
Input:
[‘muselab_recording.txt’]
* OSC file(s): [‘muselab_recording.txt’]

Output:
* Screen output mode
Exception in thread Thread-2:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/threading.py”, line 808, in __bootstrap_inner
self.run()
File “/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/threading.py”, line 761, in run
self.__target(*self.__args, **self.__kwargs)
TypeError: parse_files() takes exactly 2 arguments (5 given)

Is this a framework error ?


#6

Hi chrispie, great finding !

Just trying to guess, but the file shared by sloankev (two months ago) was saved with the first version of muse-lab (it’s pure text) - I noticed that the latest versions are saving the files as binary data, probably muse v1 or v2 formats (that are accepted by muse-player).

There was another sharing by other user, I cannot find his post. I have this binary file, but I unnistalled everything from my computer and cannot test it right now.
I have uploaded it to my google drive here: https://docs.google.com/uc?authuser=…xport=download (I renamed it to muse.bin)

Could you give it a try ?


#7

whoha! thx for the sample file. i managed to playback the file via "muse-player -j -f muse.bin"
here is some sample output:

 muse-player -j -f muse.bin 
  Muse Player 1.4.2
  Input: 
    * Muse file(s): ['muse.bin']
   
  Output: 
    * Screen output mode
  Playback Time: 0.0s : Sending Data          1404911819.96 /muse/config s  {"drlref_conversion_factor": 3225.806396484375, "acc_sample_frequency_hz": 50, "battery_percent_remaining": 63, "eeg_downsample": 16, "notch_frequency_hz": 60, "eeg_locations": [33, 2, 4, 43], "eeg_units": 2, "eeg_output_frequency_hz": 220, "eeg_conversion_factor": 1.6449803113937378, "eeg_channel_layout": "T9 FP1 FP2 T10 ", "acc_data_enabled": true, "eeg_sample_frequency_hz": 3520, "mac_addr": "00066668818F", "preset": "14", "drlref_sample_frequency_hz": 10, "serial_number": "1080-BNNN-818F", "filters_enabled": true, "battery_millivolts": 3889, "acc_units": 2, "battery_data_enabled": true, "afe_gain": 1961.0, "compression_enabled": true, "eeg_channel_count": 4, "error_data_enabled": true, "acc_conversion_factor": 3.9062561988830566, "eeg_samples_bitwidth": 10, "drlref_data_enabled": true}
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.12 /muse/version s  {"build_number": "34", "firmware_type": "Consumer", "hardware_version": "8.0.0", "firmware_headset_version": "", "protocol_version": "2", "firmware_bootloader_version": "7.0.16"}
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.16 /muse/eeg ffff  817.56 832.36 832.36 822.49
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.16 /muse/acc fff  195.31 984.38 121.09
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.16 /muse/acc fff  195.31 988.28 121.09
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.16 /muse/drlref ff  1645161.25 1648387.12
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.16 /muse/acc fff  199.22 988.28 125.00
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.16 /muse/acc fff  199.22 988.28 121.09
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.16 /muse/eeg ffff  819.20 838.94 837.29 819.20
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.17 /muse/eeg/quantization iiii  1 1 1 1
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.17 /muse/eeg ffff  820.85 827.43 820.85 842.23
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.17 /muse/eeg ffff  812.62 820.85 815.91 837.29
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.17 /muse/eeg ffff  809.33 825.78 834.01 815.91
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.17 /muse/eeg ffff  792.88 804.40 806.04 802.75
  Playback Time: 0.2s : Sending Data          1404911820.17 /muse/eeg ffff  812.62 806.04 804.40 824.14
 

#8

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#10

hey everybody, we received our MUSE yesterday and made some recordings (about 2 hours) with various people including ourselves.

have fun!
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxB_RnBFNkDcQUFmU1NVbnU2VmM/edit?usp=sharing


#11

hey there, i made a session with the NEURODREAMER and recorded the eeg with MUSE. check out the video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxB_RnBFNkDcZTFFYlk0Q0MzVnM/edit?usp=sharing


#12

I’m developing software support to Muse OSC and it seems these recordings do not have Absolute Band Power information: /muse/elements/alpha_absolute and /muse/elements/is_good etc.

Correct me if I’m wrong but should /muse/elements/* fields be always available from muse-io ?

Could somebody upload Muse recordings that have also elements data that can be replayed through muse-player?