Anyone wishing to improve their concentration, relaxation and memory by unleashing extra underlying power within their brain may be interested in a new EEG device called the Brain Plus.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the EEG brain trainer hardware designed to read your brainwaves and guide you for improving different areas of brain activity thanks to “neurofeedback”.
The developers of BrainPlus explain more about the devices features, technology and uses:
BrainPlus is a brain activity measurement device with neurofeedback training system to improve user concentration, relaxation and memory. The program utilizes a state-of-the-art, easy-to-use EEG headband that allows users to receive real-time feedback on their brain activity while on our training sessions or playing training games.
Over time, these training sessions will help to improve your cognitive abilities and make your overall brain health better. EEG technology is used in the clinical environment for cognitive rehabilitation, Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and many other cognitive disorders; it can also be used on a professional athlete, to even train astronauts and is now accessible to you.
By using video games and state-of-the-art training sessions, users can learn what it feel like to improve their concentration, relaxation and memory. We interpret it into easy readable figures and various types of graphs. The application will record your result. The next day or the next time you return to training, you can force your brain to get a higher score. Users can also track their progress using our proprietary analytics dashboard.
Visit Kickstarter via the link below for more details and a full list of all available pledges which start from $180 for super earlybird backers with shipping expected to take place during January 2018.
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