Neurofeedback glasses train the brain with NASA developed programs
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We have already seen glasses used to detect drowsiness in the wearer and encourage computer users to blink regularly. Now, Narbis is a pair of high-tech glasses which use sensors and neurofeedback to train the brain — helping users improve their focus, memory and more. To begin, users strap on a bluetooth armband and put on the glasses. Attached to the frame are three dry sensors, one at the end of each arm and one which extends over the head of the wearer — these connect to the wearer's skin with small gold pins, which comfortably monitor the user's brain…
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