I saw a demo video a while ago where the Muse was put onto a person and they were asked to start typing on a computer. They started out typing something basic (“I’m at a conference”, something like that). The font was basic. Then the demonstrator asked the person to think about her daughter (I believe) and keep typing. The font turned all flowery and fancy script. I have been poking around the websites and forums, but don’t believe anything like that quite exists. I think the Muse Monitor would be the closest? Is there anything that translates your brainwaves into a picture, or some kind of image that aren’t a bunch of lines associated with and EEG Monitor?
Are there really only two affordable apps that it works with (if you’re not a developer or therapist) at present? I also found that e-Avitar one, but it appears to be around $500? And I know my way around a computer, but a developer I am not. Can a layperson use the developer apps? Are they of any use other than to develop?
Any input/ clarification would be appreciated. Just learning about this thing and trying to understand the applications before buying one. It seems strange (for these days) that a gadget is really only used for one thing - meditation (of course, please correct me if i’m wrong!).