When neuroscientists study living human brains, their work usually involves a few dozen participants who visit a lab separately and must sit still for an hour or more. But a consumer technology innovation may have just opened the door to powerful new insights into how the brain works outside the lab, in real life social environments, in the home, at work, at school and at play.
Muse’s new app icon is the first of a major update from our team, that will change the way you use Muse.
We’ll be announcing more details soon. Until then, keep an eye on the Muse blog and our social media Twitter and Facebook for a big announcement in the next couple of weeks. We’re so excited to share the news.
We’re back from CES! What an awesome experience. Thanks to everyone who came out to the booth – the response was AMAZING.
So, Muse has already reached thousands of people since its retail launch last July. (Pretty awesome, no? Yes!) And certain people are going beyond training their brain. Talented developers and hackers have taken a shine to creating their own apps, experiences, and products using our SDK. These early adopters have already released some creatively cool ideas and alternative ways to Muse.
— Muse (@ChooseMuse) January 6, 2015
If any of our Vegas-based (or from anywhere, really) Musers are reading this, we’d like to let you know that Muse: the brain sensing headband is once again participating in the 2015 International CES, currently underway in Las Vegas, Nevada. During the four-day event, CES attendees will get to meet the team, demo a major update to the Muse application, and get an exclusive preview of some new and exciting features due out this year.
2014 was a stellar year for Muse, with over 15,000 units sold since its retail launch in August. (Christmas was a record day for Musing with over 1,400 sessions completed as people gave – and received – the gift of a better brain). We are excited to continue the momentum, and our appearance at CES is sure to set those wheels in motion.