Lucas Maassen Uses Sleep to Create the Brainwave Couch

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: Nov 3, 2009   Updated: Jul 18 2011 • References: lucasmaassen & yatzer
When a person closes their eyes, brainwaves function differently. Using this principle, designer Lucas Maassen created the brainwave couch.

The brainwave couch is crafted by mapping the first 3-seconds someone has their eyes closed and then creating a couch design based on their brainwaves. The result is a coolâ€"albeit slightly awkwardâ€"couch design that blends brain function and functionality.

The unique brainwave couch is an interesting way to combine scientific discussion with design.

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