We intended to use MUSE in research so I recently gave an EEG signal recorded with MUSE to an EEG specialist (medical doctor). He told me that he cannot recognize any EEG and that probably what we see is filtered muscle artefact. He suspects that the problem is with dry electrodes in general.
So, is it possible to get some comparison (i.e. parallel recording) with a standard EEG device so that we can be assured that MUSE really measures EEG.
As a bio-engineer I must say that I cannot see distinct EEG spectrum features though I see eye related artifacts very good.
During the measurement the horse shoe indicators indicates that signal is ok.