Brain Waves Operate 3D-Printed Helmet like Metallic Alien Cocoon

Brain Waves Operate 3D-Printed Helmet like Metallic Alien Cocoon

Behnaz Farahi's wearable piece Synapse morphs in response to the activities of the wearer's brain

Emma Hutchings
  • 6 february 2015

Synapse is a 3D printed helmet from Behnaz Farahi that morphs into different shapes in response to the wearer’s brain waves. Farahi is a designer, architect and Annenberg Fellow at the University of Southern California interested in the exploration of interactive environments and their relation to the movement of the human body.

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