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Tag: Biofeedback

Dueling Robots Controlled by Left and Right Brainwaves

Dueling Robots Controlled by Left and Right Brainwaves
Split Brain Robotics is an interactive art project by San Francisco artist Kal Spelletich, in which a pair of custom-built robots are able to plug into the left and right brain waves of audience participants. It is pretty wild to watch. It doesn’t matter if you are more left or…

Neurocam Automatically Records Only What You’re Interested in

Neurocam Automatically Records Only What You’re Interested in
The Neurocam is the latest invention from Neurowear – the minds behind the Necomimi cat ears and that tail that wags tail that wags based on your thoughts. Though this one seems like a slightly more useful, if not still strange device.…
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You Must Pay Attention to the Road in Order to Drive this Car

You Must Pay Attention to the Road in Order to Drive this Car
So many people end up in car accidents every year. One of the common reasons was because the driver wasn’t paying enough attention. Some apparently can’t let go of their smartphones when they’re on the road, while others are too busy tinkering with their radios, or putting on makeup.…

Use Your Brain to Set Fire to This Brain

Use Your Brain to Set Fire to This Brain
This 15 foot-tall steel brain sculpture can be controlled by your brain waves. It is called Mens Amplio (that means “mind expanding” in Latin). The interactive brain and head has been embedded with LEDs in the branching structures that represent neurons. Those are made from clear light-diffusing acrylic. The built-in…

Everyone’s a Sleeping Beauty: Sleep Art App Uses Sleeping Patterns to Create Works of Art

Everyone’s a Sleeping Beauty: Sleep Art App Uses Sleeping Patterns to Create Works of Art
You know that expression that people say when they’re really good at something? The one that goes, “Oh, I can do [insert action here] in my sleep.” Most people who make that claim obviously can’t back it up. But there’s an app called Sleep Art that will help you create…

Mico Headphones Picks Your Brain and Plays Music Based on Your Mood

Mico Headphones Picks Your Brain and Plays Music Based on Your Mood
Sometimes, songs can speak to you in ways that no mere words ever could. Whether you’re happy, sad, melancholic, in love, or broken-hearted, chances are you’ll find a someone who’s already singing a song about it. Of course, you’d have to create different playlists and fill them with songs that…

Battle of the Beats: Pulse is a Literally Heart-Racing Game

Battle of the Beats: Pulse is a Literally Heart-Racing Game
Can you make your heart beat faster or slower at will? It sounds pretty doable, given how you’ve probably already experienced heart-racing or heart-stopping events in your lifetime. But that happens because of something external, like bad news, a traumatic event, or another stair step where you thought there wasn’t. …

MyndPlay Helps Cool Fiery Tempers Everywhere

MyndPlay Helps Cool Fiery Tempers Everywhere
The saying goes that cooler heads will prevail, and that is especially true when it comes down to any kind of gaming. No matter how angry or frustrated you get, you always play better calm. The MyndPlay headset will force you to cool down, and has been use as such…

How Stressed Are You? Your Mouse Could Tell You

How Stressed Are You? Your Mouse Could Tell You
Most jobs nowadays require at least an hour or so at the computer, whether it’s to type a report or send out an email to a colleague in another office. And when you’re using the computer, you’re also more or less using a mouse along with it (unless you just…

Necomimi: Mind-Controlled Cat Ears – Uh, Yeah.

Necomimi: Mind-Controlled Cat Ears – Uh, Yeah.
Despite the hardships and tragedies that Japan has had to endure of late, it hasn’t stopped them from occasionally taking time out from rebuilding their great nation to do something fun – like create a headband with cat ears you can control with your brain waves. Yep, Japan is on…

Mindflex Duel Lets You Challenge Your Friends to a Battle of Brainpower

Mindflex Duel Lets You Challenge Your Friends to a Battle of Brainpower
Games are better when you can beat someone at them, right? That Mindflex game that came out a couple of years ago looked pretty cool, right? I mean, who doesn’t want to play a game that uses the power of your thoughts? Heck, there was even a Star Wars version,…

Hims Brain Hubi Claims to Relax Your Mind, Improve Your Memory, Help You Concentrate, End World Hunger, Visualize Whirled Peas

Hims Brain Hubi Claims to Relax Your Mind, Improve Your Memory, Help You Concentrate, End World Hunger, Visualize Whirled Peas
This little USB gadget from Korea makes some pretty lofty claims. Not only will it help you chill out, it could help you memorize Pi to 100,000 digits, or might turn you into the next Rembrandt. Or Obama. The HIMS Brain HUBI biofeedback device plugs into your computer, and interactively…

The Brain Machine Will Make Your Head Spin

The Brain Machine Will Make Your Head Spin
The guys over at MAKE recently showed visitors how to make a “Brain Machine”, a trippy looking device which reaches into your mind and helps you to chill out. Now, thanks to the miracle of modern science, you can buy one in kit form and try it on for yourself.…

Brain Controlled Synthesizer Plays What You’re Thinking

Brain Controlled Synthesizer Plays What You’re Thinking
I found this photo over on Flickr today, and I was so captivated, I had to mention it. Apparently, this guy decided to see what would happen if he hooked an old analog synthesizer up to his brain. By connecting a biofeedback helmet to a 1970s E-mu matrix synth, the…
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