Mind-Reading Helmet

Mind-Reading Helmet

MIT programmer creates a safety device to help bikers convey their emotions while on the go.

Yi Chen
  • 6 november 2012

A researcher at MIT has developed a bike helmet that is able to read cyclists’ minds. Arlene Ducao created the MindRider by embedding a bicycle helmet with EEG sensors and LED lights. When the helmet glows green, it means the cyclist has low stress levels, while red indicates high stress, and flashing red lights means that the wearer is in a state of panic.

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