A new headband developed by a tech company named InteraXon can relieve one from stress.
The lightweight 300 dollar band called Muse, uses electroencephalography (EEG) sensors that monitor the brain activity and send out the information to a smartphone, laptop or tablet, enabling one to pour beer or control light and volume, just by thinking, the CNN reported.
AdvertisementInteraXon's CEO Ariel Garten, 35, who co-founded the company with Trevor Coleman, said that by tracking and transmitting brain activity to the screen, Muse acts like a heart rate monitor, where one can exercises, get feedback, and learn to calm their mind.
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