I have an app that uses Muse to visualize the data it gets from the headband in a stylized way. I’m curious if it is possible for Muse to collect data if my app goes into the background. There are a number of background modes available for iOS apps, such as for audio playback/recording, location tracking, etc., but it seems as though Muse disconnects as soon as the app goes into the background.
Furthermore, calling “beginBackgroundTask” on the application instance only gives you around 3 minutes of execution time in the background. I have my doubts, but does anyone know if it’s possible to keep an app running in the background with Muse connected gathering data? It would be useful for people wanting to record longer sessions.