How often have you been in an important meeting and wished you could calm yourself down to present better? Or amp yourself up if you’re feeling sleepy? Or focus on what that monotonous but mega-important client just said? Then you need this in your life.
It’s the first wearable device that actually changes your state of mind, using neurosignalling algorithms, say inventors Thync. Electrical impulses stimulate your grey matter to produce the required calm, energized or focused result. All controlled by an app, so you can begin the cycle on a low setting, to get used to the feeling of a machine controlling your mind, and then turn it up to eleven once you get into the brain buzz.
‘This is the most important frontier of this century: how technology will merge with our biology over time,’ asserts Isy Goldwasser, Thynk’s CEO. Presumably plugged in and fully charged. The age of the cyborg has arrived, and landed smartly on your head. So who’s up for neuro-hacking their noggins?
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