New Brain-Computer Interface Headphones Help Users Focus

The project is based on a decade of neuroscience research.

Neurotechnology company Neurable announced brain-computer interface (BCI) headphones. Dr. Ramses Alcaide, inspired by his uncle's successful engineering of his own prosthetic legs, is creating the device to assist users with physical mobility.

The headphones are called Enten focuses on the idea that most humans have only two to three hours of high daily productivity. The device is said to help users manage time by giving advice on breaktime periods to maximize focus. The headphones also utilize active controls to automatically silence notifications when users are busy.

The project is based on a decade of neuroscience research and Alcaide's Ph.D. studies. Enten's BCI sensors are made from cloth to maximum comfort. They will provide insight into how your brain functions. 

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