Collecting Brain Data Using the Muse Headset in Opti Brain

Collecting Brain Data Using the Muse Headset in Opti Brain

Opti Brain
Opti Brain allows you to record your brain’s electrical activity with an external device worn on your head. Follow the screens to help you connect to your brain sensing device. When all the quadrants of your virtual brain have filled in solid the app can sense your brain. Before you start collecting brain activity you will see a setup screen. Swipe right or left on each grey bar to choose your settings. The top grey bar allows you to select the length your collection will last before automatically ending. You also have the option to setup your device to automatically record multiple collections in a row. Swipe right or left on the second grey bar to select the number of collections. Swipe right or left on the third grey bar…
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Setting Up a Brain Map in Opti Brain

Setting Up a Brain Map in Opti Brain

Opti Brain
After collections have been recorded and saved, you have the option to view the brain maps. The brain map setup screen allows you to pick and choose how the maps are made. The top box offers six brain maps to choose from. The multi-colored brain icon is a brain map of the brain’s total electrical activity detected in your 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.  The green brain measures the brain pattern trained in Opti…
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Viewing Brain Maps in Opti Brain

Viewing Brain Maps in Opti Brain

Opti Brain
When mapping a single collection, here is an example of what you will see. 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. 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. Select the information button on the bottom of the screen to read…
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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 2Smith Lowdown Focus GlassesMuse 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 you will…
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