The Body Mind Connection – Part 1

The Bodywave device from Freer Logic is a wristband that detects and reads brainwaves. The technology has already been deployed in various professional applications and now consumers will soon see this amazing technology.

Gwen Sorely explains some of the applications, including sensors in a steering wheel that would detect drowsiness or games to help relieve stress and improve concentration. As can be seen at the end of the video, this author had the opportunity to try it at and came away impressed.

This is part 1 of a three-part video interview series on brain wave technology from CES 2013.

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