Tech start-up myBrain introduced its latest project, the 'Melomind,' at CES 2015.
The Melomind is a helmet-like wearable that measures brainwaves through electrodes attached to the helmet's spiky appendages. The electronic data is transferred to the accompanying app, which then offers wearers' custom-created musical tones, chosen specifically to encourage relaxation.
Music has always been used as a tool to unwind and relieve stress, but this device actually uses information from the wearer's body to create the specific sounds that will soothe them. Better yet, the app can map out the wearer's results over time, allowing them to keep track of their own patterns of stress and relaxation. If you're looking for a way to ease your troubled mind, this wearable is a unique way to do so!
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