"The world's best meditation tech just got even better."
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"The science behind Muse is pretty robust - the neurofeedback has been used in the mental health field for over a decade - and its tech has been used in neuroscience research."
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"Muse is the first widely-available tool that reassures when you’re doing well and provides you with in-the-moment advice when you’re not—gentle auditory signals help bring you back to center when the headband senses a wandering mind."
Read on Cool Hunting >
"IMO, the single coolest thing about Muse is this: the device really just offers a clearer, more comprehensive view of a user’s beyond-skin-deep goings-on."
Read on Well+Good >
"The Muse headset is like meditation and deep breathing for dummies. "
Read on The Strategist >
"I don't regularly meditate, go getting feedback about my brainwaves is encouraging and unique."
Read on CNBC >
"Think you're great at meditation? Want to know how good you're doing or how you can improve? You may want to check out the Muse 2."
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"This tool helped me, a complete beginner, achieve proper meditation technique."
Read on Mens's Health >
"It is efficient for newbies looking to restore balance in their lives."
Read on Dujour >
"For me, if I can slow the hamster wheel in my brain for a few minutes a day (and let in the birdsong), it’s one accessory I’ll be donning on a regular basis."
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"I’ve had mixed results with apps (Calm has been my go-to, of late), and while I initially balked at the idea of gamifying the process, I’ve actually found this wearable a useful tool in helping regain my focus, even when not wearing it."
Read on TechCrunch >
"If half way through a meditation and you purposely lose focus, you’ll shortly hear this reflected in a burst of stormy weather. It’s pretty crazy, really."
Read on Stuff >
"Close your eyes for a moment, breathe slowly, and try to empty your mind of anything that might be troubling you. Feeling relaxed yet? If so great, but for the rest of us, meditation isn’t something that comes particularly easily, which is why the Muse 2 meditation headband is designed to help you find your inner zen."
Read on Science Focus >
"Meditation apps, however, have the limitations that they cannot offer feedback on how effective they have been in helping you still your busy mind. That is why the Muse meditation headset I reviewed last April was such a breakthrough."
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"Muse’s high-tech headband gamifies your meditation. It works by giving you real-time audio feedback on what’s happening in your brain and awards you points for controlling your breathing."
Read on Evening Standard >
"Chris Aimone, chief technology officer and co-founder of Muse by Interaxon, discusses how the app works, and how we can create mindful resolutions in 2019."
Read on Cheddar >
"Meditation is well-known to be effective at reducing stress levels and is gaining popularity in the mainstream, so the 'Muse 2' smart meditation headset has been engineered to provide a better way for users of all kinds to partake in the practice."
Read on Trend Hunter >
"Meditation can be hard, particularly understanding if you’re doing it right. Muse 2.0 is a brain-sensing headset that helps with this, training you in the art of meditation and mindfulness."
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"The device gathers data on brain activity, heart rate, breathing and body movements which you can then review on the app - the most widely used consumer neurotechnology in the market today."
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"To track how well you’re doing during the Muse 2’s different experiences, the wearable’s companion app pushes out various audio cues, including changing the tempo of music and birds chirping."
Read on Mobile Syrup >
"Imagine a gadget that knows your mind…"
Read on CNN >
"…meditating with it—is addictive."
Read on Oprah Magazine >
"…an EEG device that teaches us non-Buddhists to attain focused serenity."
Read on GQ >
"It’s the gift of a sound mind."
Read on the New York Times >
"The Muse headband is a part of a new group of devices that merge relaxation with wearable technology to make you more aware of your overall being."
Read on Mashable >
"Here’s why wearables are finally worth your money."
Read on Bloomberg >
"Muse, however, has been stripped so thoroughly of any hint of mysticism that its parent company refuses to even call it a meditation tool, preferring instead the term “brain fitness.” Just like you do reps at the gym to build your body muscle, it treats practicing focus like doing mental reps for your brain muscle."
Read on Fast Company >
"Muse is actually as good as it sounds."
Read on Mens Health >
"Here are some of our favorite tech products that target peace of mind."
Read on Fortune >
"It’s creating a frenzy of excitement…"
Read on the Huffington Post >
"Muse is a very designed product, more Apple store than CVS, a sleek plastic band embedded with seven electroencephalography (EEG) sensors that monitor your brain activity."
Read on Newsweek >
"As thoughts enter my mind and begin to run amok, the winds pick up, signalling me to come back into the moment and calm my mind. When my mind is very calm, I’m rewarded with more points and the sound of birds tweeting."
Read on Elle Canada >
"…the product that offers the most pleasant experience overall is Muse, a sleek headband that rests across your forehead and over your ear."
Read on the Wall Street Journal >
"After several sessions with Muse, I did feel that I was able to maintain my focus better. I also felt relaxed and clearheaded after each session."
Read on Consumer Reports >
"Designed for athletes and outdoor enthusiasts, the new “smart” sunglasses integrate Interaxon’s Muse brain-sensing technology into the popular and stylish Smith Lowdown frames to deliver cognitive training technology via beautifully designed eyewear that wearers can sport every day."
Read on Smith >
"Normally, we don’t associate technology with meditation — unless we’re using the ancient mindfulness practice to take time away from technology and clear our heads."
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"It worked, drowning out my thoughts, and allowing me to realize my mind was drifting into things I need not think about."
Read on Slate >
"Coaches say don’t overthink it! Calm down! Turns out they're right."
Read on CBC News >
"Firefighters are turning to Muse technology to help cope with stress."
Read on CTV News >
"B.C. researchers taking unprecedented look at fatigue in the ER."
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