Boston, US – Neurotechnology company Neurable has created headphones that help to maximise the wearer's productivity by intuitively muting distractions.
The Enten headphones use a brain-computer interface (BCI) that recognises when the wearer has hit their ‘flow’ while working and automatically reduces distractions. The headphones also recommend when the wearer should take a break. The product’s ambition is to help people feel in greater control over their time each day, through a human-centric product that is also practical.
‘The unveiling of Enten is an important step on our journey to commercialise neurotechnology and make this technology a part of everyday life,’ says Ramses Alcaide, CEO and co-founder of Neurable. ‘For years now, our industry has boasted about products that, in the end, are just not relevant to how people live. With Enten, we are rolling out this technology for the world to experience and enjoy for the first time.’
Intelligent interfaces are helping brands and consumers to recognise which stimuli are distracting, soothing or engaging. In a recent opinion piece, Marius Bartsch, head of customer engagement at Digitas, discusses the positive possibilities and insights these interfaces can offer.