Many of us worry about our Bluetooth headsets zapping our brains. So why are some people paying $299 for a piece of equipment designed to do so? Thync, a startup based in Boston, has created a wearable system that stimulates cranial nerves in order to create either a calming or energizing response in the brain. Here, a New York Magazine writer shares her personal experience with the technology. Spoiler alert: It’s definitely doing something. Would you try this new device in order to get calmed or energized without drugs? Do you think we’ve become too cavalier about embracing untested wearable technologies? Give us a piece of your mind in the comments.
On-Demand Brain Stimulation Via Bluetooth?
January 22, 2017