Using Muse with an Eyes-Open experience


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I would like to develop an app using Muse EEG biofeedback. The app will have a visual component. I wonder if the eye muscle movement as the user looks at the app and occasionally blinks will interfere too much with the EEG measurements to make it worthwhile. I know that eye movement, blinking, jaw movement, etc significantly affect EEG readings, especially with an EEG unit that only has a few sensors instead of a full headdress of sensors. The user will be stationary, including a stationary head that doesn’t turn or shake, but they will be using their eyes which is my main concern.

Is it worth trying the Muse or is the EEG data from Muse is too noisy in open-eye experiences to be useful?