InteraXon had a busy and overly successful 2013. Exactly a year ago InteraXon debuted Muse at CES 2013, managed to raise nearly $300K on Indiegogo, topping it with over six million dollars funding in August, and in November the stylish headband was honored with the CES Innovations 2014 Design and Engineering Award. So as you’d expect, the Toronto-based company’s booth at CES 2014 has been overrun with visitors, many of them lining up to try the headband.
CES 2014 is all about wearable and healthcare gadgets, but branwave sensing devices are still rare to be found. Muse is standing out from the crowd, exampling how a lightweight headband can help reduce stress and anxiety, increase concentration, and improve the users’ ability to calm their minds.
As you may certainly know, InteraXon is an innovator in the emerging field of brainwave controlled technology. Since its foundation in 2007, over 30,000 people have experienced brain sensing technology through InteraXon’s various projects and performances.
If you are lucky enough to be in Vegas, and haven’t tried Muse yet, hurry up, it’s the last day of the show, and your final chance to meet InteraXon in the Digital Health Zone (South Hall Two, booth 25927).
Alternatively head on to findyourmuse.com to learn more about Muse.