Macrotellect is gearing up to release its new Brainlink Dual wearable in the US market. Targeting the mental health space, this new wearable is designed to help users achieve peak mental fitness according to the device manufacturer.
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The new Brainlink Dual device explained
The new Brainlink Dual device is worn as a headband by users and it is designed to assist users who have sleep apnea, increase the focus in users who suffer from ADHD symptoms, and also improve meditation practice for regular users. The device also claims to aid with stress management as well as impulse control symptoms. The app uses neuro-gaming techniques that improve focus and impulse control analysis feedback on the performance of brain enhancement.
The device is another product in the lineup with other popular HMDs such as Muse 2 OR Emotiv that users use for brain stimulation and meditation practice. These devices are designed to track brain’s EEG signals.
EEG stands for “electroencephalography” which is an electrophysiological process to record the electrical activity of the brain. EEG measures changes in the electrical activity of the brain produced. Voltage changes come from ionic current within and between some brain cells called neurons.
Analyzing EEG data is an exceptional way to study cognitive processes: It can help doctors establish a medical diagnosis, researchers understand the brain processes that underlie human behavior, and individuals to improve their productivity and wellness.
The Brainlink wearable also has embedded G-sensors that help with head tracking and motion sensing and can be used by users for gaming applications.
Haptic feedback is used to provide communication to users.
The older Brainlink pro is Apple Mfi licensed accessory and can be used in conjunction with your Apple iPhone. The new Brainlink dual wearable comes with a 220 mAH lithium-ion rechargeable battery and uses Bluetooth to communicate with your mobile device.
Macrotellect’s current Brainlink product is available in the Amazon store in US and is priced at $139.99.
Since their new product was approved today via FCC in the US, it is hard to tell the changes that have been introduced on the new Brainlink Dual wearable. The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital service, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules.