Bump! When is it going to be available? Has anyone had success making something on windows that can replace muse-io? Any tips from your software team on developing something in windows to do it? It would save everyone who is interested in research a lot of time! That will be good for your product.
Any chance you will publish the muse-monitor app (a necessary app for developing on muse2016) available for free?
You guys are doing great work, and I'm sure you're really busy, but right now I'm kinda bumbed at the lack of support for muse2016 on the PC.