Washington, Aug 20 ANI | 4 months ago

A tech company named InteraXon has developed a headband, which claims to 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.

InteraXon'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.

(Posted on 20-08-2014)

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