Hey there Muse developers,
We’ve just released a major update to the Muse SDK (3.4.0): a native Muse library for Android, LibMuse. Now you can connect directly to Muse via Bluetooth on your Android device and obtain raw EEG data, relative and absolute band powers, blinks, jaw clenches, and much more right in your custom application.
If you’ve been waiting to build an all-in-one Muse app on Android, or to integrate Muse with your existing Android app, now you can.
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The documentation for LibMuse is generated by Doxygen and can be browsed from /doc/index.html in the top-level libMuse directory or at android.choosemuse.com.
We can’t wait to see what you build with Muse!