How does Necomimi work? What do the ear movements mean?
How does it work?
Step 1: Neurons firing in the brain give off electrical impulses, which are picked up by the forehead sensor.
Step 2: The Necomimi headset captures brainwave data, filters out electrical noise from the environment, and interprets it with NeuroSky’s Attention and Meditation algorithms.
Step 3: Your mental state is translated into ear movements and shared with those around you!
What do the ear movements mean?
When something grabs your attention, the ears shoot straight up! When you’re relaxed, the ears droop down.
When you’re both highly focused and highly relaxed (i.e. in the zone), the ears wiggle up and down.
If you'd like to know more about how it works, feel free to contact us with your question!
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