No it’s not the latest fashion spin off by Matt Bellamy and co, although it is something you can imagine Bellamy utilising. That aside, the headband is a culmination of years of R&D in thought computing.
Muse is a brainwave-sensing headband built for consumers. With its ability to read, record, and analyze the full spectrum of human brainwaves, users can visualize their neural activity in a meaningful, interactive way. This level of insight, in conjunction with powerful analytics and personalized feedback, helps users tap into the power of their mind so they can improve cognitive skills, play games, control appliances and more now and in the future.
Muse’s first application is a brain trainer that promotes healthy brain habits that can: improve intellectual skills such as memory and concentration, or emotional skills like maintaining composure in high stress situations.
Built by InteraXon, the though-controlled computing company behind the Zenbound brain-sensing headband, and in conjunction with industry leader, Dr. Steve Mann, Muse, the brainwave-sensing headband, debuts on the shoulders of years of extensive R&D. Muse is InteraXon’s first offering as it drives to provide brain-enabled products that are accessible, affordable, and an integral part of everyday life.
In the future we will be able to control even more with our thoughts…. But right now even the reality of this gizmo is pretty astounding, especially as you come to terms with the technology and what the possible uses are.
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