How Can Opti Brain’s Brain Maps and Interpretations Help Me?

Advanced Brain Maps


Electroencephalograms (EEGs) can seem far above the realm of understanding. Well Opti Brain is the first analysis software of its kind to not only record and map EEGs but to also commercialize and simplify interpreting them. There are three simplified maps and interpretations that Opti Brain offers to each user.

  1. 1. Total Brain Activity:
  2. This map is displayed in a color gradient growing from blue to green to red. It is a visual representation of what you brain activity looked like during your collection. Red represent lots of brain activity meaning the electrical synapses in your brain are actively firing. Blue means there is less to no activity and green is the median. The interpretation that appears under the map as you scroll down is a great general interpretation of your brain as you are sitting still or in motion. One persons brain can tend toward certain interpretations because that is their personality type or other interpretations can vary according to your current emotional state. The Total Brain Activity map can be useful during any type of collection but is especially relevant in understand your current brain state while collecting a resting measure (sitting still and recording a 30 – 60 second brain data collection). This can help you understand your current brain pattern before performing any significant action. Resting measures can also identify significant changes in your brain if you collect them before and after a significant action and compare the pre/post interpretations and brain patterns.

2. Synergy Map


3. Serenity Map


Advanced EEG Brain Analysis

If you are interested into delving into the more detail maps and analyses that EEGs traditional have been used for you can turn on any or all of the maps in the Advanced Maps section found in the settings. Opti Brain offers a Certification Class to help you understand how to use and interpret these Advanced Maps.

Opti Brain Still Collection

Advanced Brain Maps

Opti Brain uses the Muse brain sensing headband to record your brain activity. This is known as an electroencephalogram (EEG). Generally, while collecting EEGs, it is recommended to sit still and quiet. An EEG can record more accurate information as well as easily quantify your resting measure. A resting measure is what your brain looks like when you are sitting still and quiet not performing any body movements or quantitative thinking. Resting measures are useful…


Still Collection Steps


Still Brain Mapping Steps