Can We Calm the Mind with A Headset, Music and Neurofeedback Loop?
The world can be a stressful place, and one of Collaborizm’s most active members, Stan Levandovsky, is developing a system that brings together physical sensors attached to the brain through a beautifully designed headset, music and neurofeedback.
While Stan is not the only inventor developing in this direction, his vision is unique in that it focuses on the human experience more than the technology, per se. An “open source” brain control interface already exists, offering a standard for engineers working on products that gather EEG data. OpenBCI was designed for “neuroengineers” with a goal to bring the benefits to the mass market with a price point under $100.
Companies like MindMaze have integrated products with neural inputs, and investment dollars are finding their way towards similar offerings:
This market is still nascent and Stan’s timing appears to be perfect, as he is taking a “beautiful design” approach to his product and application which you can enjoy a preview of here:
It’s an honor to support Stan on the Collaborizm platform, as we continue to open source creativity that can light the path and accelerate the development of true innovations, connecting the physical and virtual, musical and neurological worlds where one day we may really be able to “recode” ourselves.