Hey Muse developers,
We just launched a major update to our developer website! Check it out at developer.choosemuse.com.
A few things have changed, namely:
[B]Information is way easier to find[/B]
We want new developers and researchers to get started working with Muse as quickly and easily as possible. For example, the docs for LibMuse are more clearly separated by platform. So if you’re an Android developer working with Muse, just click on the Android link in the sidebar and you’re good to go. If iOS is more your thing, that’s there, too. Windows, Mac, and Linux support is on its way.
If you feel something’s missing, hit us up on the forums! We’re going to be continually updating the documentation with new tutorials, guides, and background info.
[B]The Muse SDK Tools –> The Muse Research Tools[/B]
We used to call MuseIO, MuseLab, and MusePlayer the Muse SDK Tools. Now they’re the Research Tools. They’re mainly for people who want to record and visualize Muse data without writing their own application. Researchers can then import data recorded with the Research Tools into the analysis framework of their choice, like MATLAB, R, SciPy, or EEGLAB, and go from there. Developers and artists who love OSC can also continue to rely on MuseIO to connect Muse to their software.
[B]Discover amazing Muse projects[/B]
In the new Featured Projects showcase we’ll be highlighting outstanding Muse projects. Projects like NeuralDrift, which just so happens to be the first entry! Working on something cool using Muse? Submit it to the showcase and we’ll celebrate it!
[B]Find out about upcoming Muse events[/B]
Interested in trying out the Muse SDK at a hackathon? You have lots of options. See where Muse will be next on our Upcoming Events calendar and come hang out!
[B]There’s a developer blog![/B]
This is where we’ll be posting examples and tutorials, cool recent Muse projects, SDK updates, and basically anything else that Muse nerds might want to know about.
Please note that some links to the previous version of the dev site may not function as expected.
Let us know if you think there’s anything missing or an example/tutorial you’d really love to see! We’ll be adding more content as we go.
Tom and the Muse dev team