FITC Wearables
  • 2014-11-13 00:00:00 2014-11-13 00:00:00 America/Toronto FITC Wearables Toronto FITC
  • Toronto

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Overview

Brain sensing technology isn’t new; doctors and scientists have been studying and using it for decades. So why isn’t there a brain sensor in all of our homes yet? It might happen sooner than you think. Muse, the brain sensing headband, is a brain fitness tool that detects and measures the activity of your brain and provides with a rich, real-time audiovisual experience. Data views and gamification elements help you track improvements as you learn to manage stress, stay calm, and stay focused.

InteraXon just recently launched Muse, but it is already finding a place in the lives of a growing community of people opting to take control of their own minds. You’ll get a quick tour of the SDK, but that’s the easy part. Get deep insight into the problems faced trying to design and implement the app and the strategies Interaxon used to solve them. Learn how to transform even the most complex and novel technologies into accessible, universal and useful products. Come question your assumptions about wearable, brain sensing and mobile technologies!