Could a Mind-Controlled Google App Help You Meditate?
Concentration and meditation was one of neurofeedback’s earliest applications. Newer technologies have sought to create smaller, lower-cost alternatives for users to access some of neurofeedback’s benefits at home. Now, an app for Google Glass seeks to make the benefits of neurofeedback wearable for seamless use. The app, developed by user experience company MindRDR, works by interacting with the Neurosky EEG biofeedback headband, allowing you to control the app simply by thinking commands. In a world where technology is often a source of constant distraction, the app hopes instead to help individuals improve their focus and concentration.
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