I am a Windows developer and I am having fun making some very pretty displays of my Muse data as received from Muse-IO.
I have tons of ideas for applications but I am especially interested in the field of sleep.
I had my Muse for 2 weeks now and I believe I may have defective hardware on the left-forehead channel.
I have the following reasons to suspect a hardware problem:
raw_fft1 is returning a value of “minus infinity” intermittently, once or twice a minute.
This value was corrupting my arrays and downstream calculations.
I am now trapping the minus infinity, but my left forehead display appears out of sync with the other 3 channels.
delta_relative is ALWAYS returning minus infinity for the left forehead. Same for all 5 wave types.
The CSV file created my Muse-Player is showing things like…
1419357445.111000, /muse/elements/horseshoe, 1.0, 4.0, 1.0, 1.0
1419357445.111000, /muse/elements/is_good, 1, 0, 1, 1
1420489471.824000, /muse/elements/alpha_relative, 0.281212806702, nan, 0.0927164703608, 0.304776340723
1420489471.824000, /muse/elements/beta_relative, 0.29111045599, nan, 0.571482121944, 0.367583781481
1420489471.824000, /muse/elements/delta_relative, 0.212421387434, nan, 0.0208893101662, 0.0661793574691
1420489471.824000, /muse/elements/gamma_relative, 0.097597964108, nan, 0.275857150555, 0.183689847589
1420489471.824000, /muse/elements/theta_relative, 0.117657385767, nan, 0.0390549302101, 0.0777706727386
I wonder if my Muse needs to be sent in for repair?