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Headphones that can read your mind and pick what music you want to hear

Headphones read your mind and pick a song based upon your mood

Trace Hagan | Mar 20, 2013 at 2:45 pm CDT (0 mins, 32 secs time to read)

Neurowear's new Mico headphones are capable of reading your mind and playing music that your subconscious "wants" to hear. The headphones read your brainwaves to figure out what mood you are in and then select the corresponding song (out of a library of about 100) from the company's app.

Headphones that can read your mind and pick what music you want to hear | TweakTown.com

The headphones connect up to your smartphone via Bluetooth. While they may not be the most stylish headphones ever deceived, they do show a cool step forward in reading brainwaves. If your mood (or brainwaves) change, you can switch the song to your new mood by shaking your phone. Hit up the source for a cool video demonstration.

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