CES 2015: Thync Electrically Pulses Your Brain to Change Mood

CES 2015: Thync Electrically Pulses Your Brain to Change Mood

Wearable uses neuro-signaling to induce a preferred mental state

Adriana Krasniansky, PSFK Labs
  • 6 january 2015

Most people, when they feel tired, reach for an energy drink or cup of coffee. However, thanks to new neuro-signaling wearable Thync, they may soon be reaching for an electricity-pulsing headband to improve their mood and alertness.

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