June 12, 2013 AT 2:12 pm

Interview with co-founder of Muse on the future of thought-controlled computing #wearablewednesday

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Interview with co-founder of Muse on the future of thought-controlled computing.

MUSE is a comfortable, four sensor brain-sensing headband that measures your brainwaves and allows you to interact with apps and games on your smartphone, tablet, or PC. MUSE launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign in October 2012 and nearly doubled their $150,000 goal, raising $287,472. We sat down with InteraXon co-Founder and CEO Ariel Garten to find out how it all started and to learn about what the company is focused on post-crowdfunding.


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