iBand+: EEG Headband That Helps You Sleep And Dream!




Experience lucid dreams – Improve sleep with music that intelligently adjusts to your sleep phases – Wake up refreshed, every time!

Dreams and sleep play an important role in our health and happiness. While sleep rejuvenates the body, dreams rejuvenate the mind. Meet iBand+, the headband that helps you sleep and dream!

A truly smart wireless Bluetooth EEG headband, iBand+ senses your brain waves with laboratory level accuracy. It also conceals special health tracking sensors to measure body movement, heart rate and body temperature.

iBand+ tracks and analyzes information about your brain and body throughout the sleep cycle with an advanced auto-learning software algorithm. It then uses this information to play and intelligently adjust the audio-visual signals to:
– Induce lucid dreams
– Help you fall asleep easily
– Wake up naturally…
Read more: kickstarter.com & dailymail.co.uk
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