I record my brain wave by muselab record,but how to open it ,how to see my brain wave information?
NO ONE HERE???
You must use the command prompt Muse-Player tool of the SDK to replay back the Muse-Lab recorded file choosing OSC as output (-s parameter), choose a port e.g. osc.udp://localhost:5000 and you can open Muse-Lab to see it, like it was live playing from Muse.
I’m going to check it now and will come back soon. Because I know that the latest version of Muse-Player 1.6.0 is giving errors and crashes when recording .muse files, but it maybe OK for replaying back muse files.
Yep, you should be able to do something like:
muse-player -f recordings/test.muse -s osc.udp://localhost:5000
…with MuseLab listening for UDP on port 5000.
thanks for you help,i am a meditation teacher,so i have question about signal options,what does alpha_absolute() and gamma_absolute means?
when i use muse,the gamma_absolute is aboving 1 point ,what dose is meanning ?
forgive my poor english .thanks
it still can not open…
Please, forgive my english too
Sorry, but I’m not skilled to say anything about brain waves … I’ve been working with electronics and computers for the last 40 years, just started beeing interested in neurosciences and BCI when I knew about Muse six months ago. Take a look at the References in the SKD development site - there’s a reference to a big series of video lectures from UCSD there.
About Muse-Player, I have used a lot until last version to record and replay .muse files, but the new version is crashing when recording, and locking when replaying - it’s probably some bugs due to the changes on the messages paths and the Google Protocol Buffers. (I’m talking about the Windows install, I don’t have MAC’s or Linux).
I hope they give us a fix soon !
The [B]absolute [/B]band powers are just the sum of the powers for the frequencies in a particular band of the spectrum. The [B]relative [/B]band powers are the sum of the powers in a certain frequency band divided by the sum of the powers in all the other frequency bands. So the relative band powers represent how much of the signal (i.e. a percentage) is made up of oscillations in a particular band. You can read descriptions of all the different data streams here: https://sites.google.com/a/interaxon.ca/muse-developer-site/museio/osc-paths/osc-paths---v3-6-0
As for replaying the recordings with MusePlayer, what kind of machine are you using - Windows, Mac, Linux?
thanks,my machine is windows8.1.
Have you tried with the newly updated SDK (3.2.0)?