Will the SDK support Muse 2 and all its new sensors?


#42

I seem to be getting EEG and band data alright using the Muse 2 with the latest SDK, though I can’t find any detailed specifications about what sample rates to expect with Muse 2.


#43

@slmille4 Did you have to use Muse Direct or OSC for connecting with Muse 2 using the SDK?


#44

@Daniel_Sadavoy as we are now well in to the new year and it’s been a few months since the Muse-2 release, can you please give us an ETA?


#45

No, just the standard listeners, but from what I understand it’s iPhone-only for some reason.


#46

I really need the SDK for Muse 2… I think If Intraxon release temporary library like v6.0.4 with patches for Muse 2 then I can use some basic sensor functions at least (even the sample Android app won’t work because of the current SDK). Anyways I hope it will be available soon🙏


#48

I’m try to use Muse Direct but, even if I use different pcs, I always receive the same message: “Connessione non riuscita” (Connection failed).

If it’s not possible to have an official application that allows me access to raw data on brainwaves, then please, release the sdk!!!

I am a psychotherapist and I bought Muse 2 for clinical and research purposes. At present, however, I can make a very limited use of it.


#49

I’m waiting a sdk for the muse 2 too. Any news ?


#50

Which OS?


#55

Hi guys, the Interaxon dev team is working on features and bug fixes with Muse 2, and support for Muse 2 in the SDK is not a priority right now. If you’re planning a Muse development project, please plan to work with Muse 2016 for now, as a timeline for Muse 2 support can’t be provided at this time.


#56

Thats sad to hear. Can we at least get documentation on the BLE characteristics? That would provide me with enough to connect with my own software so I’m not waiting on you all to prioritize your community of eager developers.


#59

Snown, appreciate your enthusiasm. You can access all of the data from Muse 2014, 2016, Lowdown Focus, or Muse 2 using MuseDirect, and you can access all of the Muse 2 data stream (or that of other Muse versions) for individual and research use with MuseLSL, which is free and open source - you don’t need the SDK to access those data for personal and research use.


#60

Wonderful. I have looked into Muse Lsl already and I’ve used it as a reference when writing my own software for connecting to the Muse. @Graeme My aspriations are a bit more vast though and I require the data for the new hardware functions such as the Heart Beat sensor. Is it not possible to get the BLE characteristics? If not, can you explain why?


#61

I’d recommend looking in the NeuroTechX Slack channel for help with MuseLSL data structures. There’s not really a heartbeat sensor per se in the raw data - rather it’s raw PPG signal, and you can get that from MuseDirect for iOS, which has a free trial option. MuseDirect for iOS also allows broadcast of the OSC data stream, including PPG data, to other IP addresses.


#63

Thanks Graeme. Are you also aware of the new requirement (see below) from Google about the move to 64-bit. The current MUSE Unity SDK has 32-bit libraries in it. This will need to also support 64-bit. Are you planning on adding this in the future? Here’s the statement from Google:

From: https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2019/01/get-your-apps-ready-for-64-bit.html

The 64-bit requirement: what it means for developers

Starting August 1, 2019:

  • All new apps and app updates that include native code are required to provide 64-bit versions in addition to 32-bit versions when publishing to Google Play.
  • Extension: Google Play will continue to accept 32-bit only updates to existing games that use Unity 5.6 or older until August 2021.

Starting August 1, 2021:

  • Google Play will stop serving apps without 64-bit versions on 64-bit capable devices, meaning they will no longer be available in the Play Store on those devices.
  • This will include games built with Unity 5.6 or older.

#66

I just bought the Muse 2 2018. I had to buy the Muse Monitor app to visualise data on my Android Phone (Xperia xz1). It runs well, even when doing groceries and driving in the car.

I’m going to perform experiments with my clients and need to stream the data to my macbook pro mid 2012.

How can I stream my data from my android Muse Monitor app to my Macbook Pro 2012?


#69

64-bit libraries are already built in.


#70

i think, whit the muse monitor app, and using the streaming funcionality


#72

Any plans for Muse 2 SDK? We are looking to buy a couple for an arts festival. The lack of SDK real deal breaker to be honest.


#73

Greetings,

Yet another unsuspecting academic who unfortunately didn’t do enough research (ha!) before buying to end up slightly disappointed (caveat emptor, I suppose). But since my needs are relatively simple right now (access to streaming raw data via network, a la OSC), I think what is available out there could fit my needs right now. I’d like to confirm that I could go for one of the following options:

  1. @Enigma644: Your app, Muse Monitor (either iOS or Android) fully works with the Muse 2. One time purchase (would have to choose the platform).

  2. Muse Direct (either iOS, Android, or Windows), will at least be able to obtain raw data. But it requires a monthly subscription fee. The flip side is it’s a universal login I’m guessing, which means I could in theory work with any platform?

Thanks in advance for any replies, and patiently awaiting for the eventual release of the SDK, as I’m sure many others are as well :slight_smile:


#74

@johnty Re: Muse Monitor, you are 100% correct. :slight_smile: Note that currently the Muse 2 PPG sensor data is not available, but everything else is! The Muse Monitor FAQ Page has the OSC and CSV specs for available data. As soon as the SDK is updated by IX, I’ll add in PPG data.