Understanding the Opti Index

Understanding the Opti Index

Opti Calm, Opti Confidence, Opti Train
The Opti Index tells the percentage of Balance (Train), Calm or Confidence you achieved during your recording or training. You can track your progress with Opti Index. When your Opti Index climbs towards 100% you are reaching an optimized brain pattern. When your index decreases you are moving further from performing at your best. The Opti Index is not simply a grade. It is a percentage of how close you actually are to a certain brain pattern. Opti Train The Opti Train brain pattern is that all your levels of thought are producing a matching activation. It is impossible for your levels of thought to perfectly match up so it is impossible to get a 100% Opti Index Score. High Opti Index Score are in the low 80%s. Opti Calm…
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What is the difference between Opti Train , Calm, and Confidence?

What is the difference between Opti Train , Calm, and Confidence?

Opti Calm, Opti Confidence, Opti Train
Opti Train Opti Train Opti Train is a unique, customized app that teaches you to balance your brain. It doesn’t matter if your activity is high or low, only that it is balanced for BEST performance.  Use Opti Train when sitting at home or on the road to train balance and to get ready for your performance!   Use Opti Train when you are performing that putt or drive in golf, that shot in archery or basketball, or getting ready to hit the playing field. It can even be used on the playing field and in your performance arena.  Opti Train Under Pressure Opti Train is an algorithm that measures how balanced your levels of thought are. It does now matter how high or low your activity is, the algorithm will measure balance successfully.…
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Setting Up a Brain Map in Opti Brain

Setting Up a Brain Map in Opti Brain

Opti Brain
After saving a collection, you have the option to view its brain maps.   The brain map setup screen allows you to pick and choose how to make the maps. The top box offers six brain maps to choose from. The multi-colored brain icon is a brain map of the total Brain activity from a collection.   Cold colors represent little to no brain activity while warm colors represent high brain activity. The green, aqua and purple brain icons map the Opti Index percentage.   An Opti Index is a feedback value or score used to measure the presence of a specific brain pattern. The higher the index, the closer the brain activity is to reaching that pattern.  There are three single color brain maps (green, aqua, and purple) that…
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Viewing Brain Maps in Opti Brain

Viewing Brain Maps in Opti Brain

Opti Brain
Mapping a single collection. In the center of the screen are the brain maps you created. Overlaid on top of the maps are labels showing the electrode values. Above the maps is the collection title, date and either your Opti Brain rating or the Opti Index percentage given in Opti Train, Calm or Confidence. Below the maps is a color gradient key and any notes that you recorded. Use gestures to view different angles of you map. Tap once on the screen to hide all the labels. Tap again for them to reappear. Drag right, left, up or down to rotate the brain maps. Double tap on the screen to return the maps to their original orientation. The bottom of the screen has multiple controls depending on what type of…
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Interpreting Brain Maps and Movies

Interpreting Brain Maps and Movies

Opti Brain
Opti Brain offers a wide range of mapping options. This can be intimidating if you are unfamiliar how to read and interpret maps. If you select the brain information icon at the bottom of each map, a short interpretation of the map appears. This interpretation, however, is just the beginning of reading and understanding brain maps! We'd like to give you a head start on understanding what brain maps say and how to use them! Select an option below that interest you. Tutorials for Reading and Using Brain Maps [the_grid name="Interpreting Maps"]
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Opti Featured on ESPN!

Opti Featured on ESPN!

Featured In
An amazing golfer, Brian, suffered from PTSD after serving in Special Ops in Iraq. His story of golf and his journey to the MSOP (Major Series of Putting) Championship in Las Vegas is impressive. Brian practiced training his brain to be in balance while he was putting using Opti Brain. He became so good that he made it to Las Vegas for the MSOP Championship Spring, 2018. Interestingly, it helped him in life equally if not more. The story is told in an ESPN documentary called Enhanced – Mind Gurus. The Opti segment about Brian can be found at 12:41-23:15, then again at 33:25. https://vimeo.com/281118327
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Getting Started With Opti Apps

Getting Started With Opti Apps

Opti Brain, Opti Calm, Opti Confidence, Opti Train
Opti Software Requires a Brain Sensing Device to Use All four Opti Apps require the use of a brain sensing device to use. Pictured below are all the headsets the Opti Apps are compatible with: Muse, Muse 2, Muse S, and Smith Lowdown Focus Glasses. Muse Muse 2 Smith Lowdown Focus Glasses Muse S If you do not have a device already to use with the software, Muse 2 Brain Sensing Headsets are available to purchase in our shop: Purchase Software Subscription with Muse 2 Here. If you already own a compatible device you can simply purchase a Software Subscription to get started with the apps! Purchase Software Subscription Only Here. Downloading the Apps Once you have a brain sensing device and an Opti Software Subscription to use the apps…
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Opti with Mike Malaska

Opti with Mike Malaska

Theory & Research
https://youtu.be/FC652CmV7V8 Opti With Mike Malaska Some fun points Debbie Crews reviews with Mike Malaska about how to use Opti Train! 1. Your goal is to make the music feedback low. 2. Your brain is running the music! 3. Your performance ready mind doesn't require thinking too much. 4. Opti Train teaches you to recognize and find your performance ready mind every time. 5. Everyone finds a unique way to reach their performance ready brain pattern. 6. Opti Train helps you create/find a natural preparation routine before completing your putt. 7. This routine does not include much thought but is more of an automatic body response when done correctly.
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Opti Train: Two Ways to Train

Opti Train: Two Ways to Train

Theory & Research
Two Ways to Train https://youtu.be/0MeNADd_juE There are two primary ways to train. The first way simply includes sitting still while watching visual feedback on the screen of your device. This method is similar to meditation. However, Opti Train is training something different than a calm mind. It is training your performance ready mind. Not unlike meditation practice it is normal for your mind to wander and only stay a couple seconds in your optimal performance pattern at a time. It is more important to be able to create your performance pattern on cue than to stay in your performance pattern for an extended amount of time. There are multiple forms of visual feedback offered in the app. The one featured in the above clip is video feedback. The video pauses…
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