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.
Neomind Brainwave Visor
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- By: Mike WeldonJan 20, 2006 Updated: May 9 2011