Used by Neuroscience Researchers 
Around the World

I love my MUSE! Its so easy to wear and use. Tracking what your brain is actually doing while you meditate is an amazing tool to increase 
the depth and scope of meditation with increased benefits!

EEG (electroencephalogram) technology has been a valuable tool for studying brain function and cognitive processes, and has been used to help diagnose and monitor neurological conditions and disorders. Yet, accessing this tool has often required a visit to a doctor's office or research institution.

With Muse's brain sensing headbands, you can now harness the power of EEG technology from the comfort of your own home. The device features dry sensor technology and advanced digital signal processing that makes it easier than ever to track your brain activity and gain insights into your overall mental states.


7 Advanced Sensors That Track Your Brain & Body

Muse passively measures brain signals, much like a heart rate monitor senses your heartbeat, and serves as a research-grade brain fitness tool.

Its 7 finely calibrated EEG sensors - 2 on the forehead, 2 behind the ears, and 3 reference sensors - detect and measure the activity of your brain. Its PPG sensor measures your heart rate, while an accelerometer and gyroscope measure your breath rhythm and body movement.

Muse has been tested and certified in accordance with Canadian, US, and European regulatory standards (FCC, UL, CE).

A Sleep Lab at Home

Sleep experts know the gold standard of sleep tracking is through polysomnography found in traditional sleep clinics. These tests use electrodes that measure brain waves, eye movements, muscle activity, heart rate, breathing, and oxygen levels.

We used sleep lab data to benchmark the accuracy of our brain tracking algorithms to give you precision and insight, all from the comfort of your own home.

Plus, the Muse app provides easy-to-understand graphs, helping you become the expert in interpreting your results.


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Listen to my interview with Ariel Garten Co-Founder of the Muse - Meditation Tool