Pretend You Live in Space

By: Mike Weldon - Published: Jan 20, 2006   Updated: May 9 2011 • References: gizmodo
The Neomind looks like a Geordi LaForge (Star Trek Next Generations) visor. The glasses use visual and audio impulses to stimulate the brain. It can be used to improve learning or to relax.

Implications - Even as technology continues to be a signal of a fast-paced society with endless tasks, technology also provides a way to calm the senses and relax. By mimicking futuristic comic books and films, designers make it more acceptable for the use of technology in unusual ways, for example, as a source of brain stimulation. This can impact the fashion, beauty and home industries, as other brands can incorporate modern and futuristic design concepts into almost any product. Stats for Neomind Brainwave Visor Trending: Older & Average
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