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Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is a form of non-invase neurostimulation that delivers a constant low level current to the brain through the use of electrodes placed on the scalp. This neuromodulation technique uses a steady current between 1 - 2 mA delivered through electrodes to targeted regions of the brain to modulate brain function. Using different electrode configurations, tDCS can be used to either excite or inhibit neuronal activity in the targeted region.
Headquartered in New York City, Caputron is the leading worldwide distributor of home, clinical and research neurostimulation technology, such as tDCS, TMS, CES and EEG. By partnering with world-class device manufacturers, we supply a range of excellent neurostimulation devices and accessories, such as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) and Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS).
Muse: the brain sensing headband will elevate your meditation experience. It gently guides your meditation through changing sounds of weather based on the real-time state of your brain. This allows you to obtain a deeper sense of focus and motivates you to build a highly rewarding practice. Meditation has been scientifically shown to reduce symptoms associated with stress, depression and anxiety as well as improve focus, performance and quality of life.
Muse is a brain sensing headband that makes meditation easier. Meditation has been proven to reduce stress and increase focus, but it can be hard to know if you’re doing it right. Muse provides you with real-time audio feedback on what’s happening in your brain when you meditate, letting you know when your mind wanders and teaching you to regain focus. Think of Muse as your personal guide to meditation as you journey toward a calmer and more present self. While you meditate, Muse measures whether your mind is calm or active, and translates that data into weather sounds. When you’re calm, you’ll hear peaceful weather sounds. When your mind wanders, the weather will intensify, guiding you back to a calm state. After each session, review your data, set goals, and build a deeply rewarding meditation practice that gets better every time.
Muse is designed as a personal meditation assistant. It can pair with any tablet or smartphone and operate with the Muse application, which trains the user in meditation exercises and records EEG data. Novice meditators usually struggle with two issues: knowing whether they are “doing it right,” and staying motivated. Muse addresses these issues by providing real-time “state of mind” feedback, and offering an engaging motivational framework. Muse makes meditation easy.
Muse is used in hospitals, clinics, and universities worldwide as a research tool. The research domains extend from cognitive neuroscience, to brain health, psychotherapy, music cognition, and more. Institutions currently using Muse in research include Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Mayo Clinic, NYU, McMaster University, University of Toronto, University College London, and many others.
Muse electrode locationsMuse uses two channels on the left and two on the right, so it is ideal for exploring hemispheric asymmetries. The channel electrode positions AF7 and AF8 are based on the size of an average adult head. While the earpieces of Muse are adjustable, the flex band is not. Using Muse on a smaller or larger head may change the positioning of the AF7 and AF8 channel electrodes. For example, on a smaller than average head, AF7 may become closer to F7 and AF8 may become closer to F8.
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