InterAxon promises $199 brain-sensing headband in 2013

By Rick ยท 6 replies
Dec 4, 2012
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  1. At LeWeb 2012 today, crowdfunded startup InterAxon announced plans to begin selling Muse -- its brainwave-sensing headband -- to consumers in spring 2013. For anyone interested procuring a Muse of their own, they'll have until December 7 to make a...

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  2. It's cool but id rather have a transcranial direct current stimulation hemlet/headband. It can mimic the way an autistic savant's brain works on normal people.
  3. davimous

    davimous TS Rookie Posts: 55   +9

    If I stop floundering of task when am I going to read techspot articles?
    captainawesome likes this.
  4. davislane1

    davislane1 TS Grand Inquisitor Posts: 4,739   +3,757

    Prediction: A special limited edition model will be sold for $500 that changes color to reflect mood. The news story will read...

    "InterAxon released Muse Color for $500 last week. The new brainwave-sensing headband is claimed to change color in response to the mood of user. While the company claims that the special edition headband can display up to 5 colors at varying levels of intensity, female users have complained that the band only displays varying intensities of red and blue. Male users have also complained about the $500 model, stating that it does not change color at all, allegedly only displaying the color of sex. While InterAxon would not comment on complaints from female customers, a member of their development team did suggest that it is highly unlikely that the latter issue is a problem with the band's sensors."

    NTAPRO TS Evangelist Posts: 809   +102

    Good Marketing: "It costs just as much as shoes"

    Worked for apple lol
  6. Scshadow

    Scshadow TS Evangelist Posts: 511   +152

    "The headband is able to tell, amongst other things, when wearers are intensely focused, feeling relaxed, glowing with happiness or floundering off task."

    Perfect, add software to Bluetooth that data over to the bosses desk and they won't have to check up on you. Furthermore add a little shock device and it'll be perfect for running an office environment.
    SantistaUSA likes this.
  7. F' Yeah! Brain-controlled lightning!

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