LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - January 09, 2014) - Interaxon, the creators of Muse: the brain sensing headband and other brain-enabled experiences is showcasing their breakthrough wearable technology this week at International CES 2014.
"The InteraXon team is thrilled to be at CES and to be showcasing Muse," says Ariel Garten, CEO and cofounder of InteraXon. "The feedback to the experience continues to be overwhelming - people are lining up to try the headband, and are amazed at how Muse can help them immediately reduce stress and anxiety, increase concentration, and improve their ability to calm their minds."
In November Muse was honored with an International CES Innovations 2014 Design and Engineering Award for 'Tech For A Better World'.
Those attending International CES 2014 are encouraged to try Muse for themselves by visiting the InteraXon booth in the Digital Health Zone, South Hall Two, booth 25927.
To learn more about Muse: http://www.findyourmuse.com, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To reserve Muse: http://www.getyourmuse.com
To learn more about InteraXon: http://www.InteraXon.ca or follow us on Twitter.
Founded in 2007, InteraXon is a Toronto-based company and innovator in the emerging field of brainwave controlled technology, designing meaningful and transformational experiences from a levitating chair to a thought controlled beer tap. Over 30,000 people have experienced InteraXon's brain sensing experiences, and it continues to grow.
InteraXon has worked with top-tier packaged goods, transportation and tech companies, providing brain sensing customer engagement programs and promotions. During the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, InteraXon allowed visitors to control the lights on Niagara Falls, the CN Tower and Canada's Parliament buildings with the power of their minds from over 2000 miles away.
Focused on making the technology accessible, affordable and an integral part of people's everyday lives, InteraXon is committed to bringing awareness and understanding to the scale and scope of possibilities within brain sensing technology and the impact it will have globally as it becomes more market-viable.
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