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Mind Stereo synchronizes brain patterns to music

Listening to music can be relaxing in and of itself, but what if I told you that a company has come up with a way to “synchronize brain patterns to signals in music and on-screen visualizations”? They say that this opens up “a huge range of therapeutic applications”, as if bobbing your head to Green Day wasn’t therapeutic enough.

Mind Stereo is a new media player for your computer that may not appear to be all that different from WinAmp or WMP, but it’s got a little something extra. The audio and visual output is modified “to emulate specific neural patterns”, helping you achieve greater concentration, relaxation, creativity, and other experiences as needed (including stress relief).

Download a free trial here.



About Michael Kwan

A freelance writer and tech geek from Vancouver. Find me at michaelkwan.com and follow me on Twitter @michaelkwan.

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