Explore your brainwaves with today’s most affordable EEG headsets
EEG (electroencephalogram) technology offers incredible insight on the human brain. An EEG is, as defined by the Mayo Clinic, “A test that detects electrical activity in your brain using small, flat metal discs (electrodes) attached to your scalp.” Your brain cells, also known as neurons, communicate via electrical impulses and are active all the time, managing how you think and interact with the world, even when you’re asleep. Essentially, what we call “thought” is in fact an ever changing concert of electrical impulses. The average human brain has about 100 billion neurons, and an EEG test can track changes in neuron activity that may be useful in diagnosing brain disorders.
An EEG has different “bands”, defined by the frequency of the waves; delta (slow) waves are less than 4 Hz; theta bands are 4-8 Hz; alpha bands range from 8 to 12 Hz; beta bands are anywhere from about 14-30 Hz, while gamma bands range from 30-80 Hz. Each of these bands are associated with different states of mental activity.
NeuroSky, an enabling technology company, takes decades of biosensor technology research and puts it in your hands with the most affordable brainwave-reading EEG headsets available.
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Paired with brainwave-reading headsets, you can harness the power of your mind like never before with NeuroSky product bundles and over 100 apps available in the online store. A wide variety of games and brain training applications are available for all ages and interests—from entertainment to education, health and wellness and beyond.
Over hundred of applications available
Neurosky MindWave Mobile bluetooth headset can pair with bluetooth enabled PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone and Android tablets and phones. Check out various free and paid app at Neurosky App Store
Brainwave Visualizer 2.0
Now you can see your iTunes playlist from within the Visualizer and check out how your mind appreciates the music. The on-screen shapes morph and change color depending on your state of mind. Try listening to different music and watch how your mind responds with the mental color feedback system. Record and playback how your mind reacts to specific music tracks