Halo Neuroscience Wearable Promises To Actively Influence Physical Activities: Can …

Halo Neuroscience | Medium One of the more prominent applications of wearable devices is for health and fitness. A recent device in this category, the Fitbit Alta, is capable of tracking the wearer’s day-to-day activities, the amount of calories burned per day and the time spent on workouts and on sleeping, among many other things. Halo Neuroscience is also working on a wearable device under the health and fitness category. However, the device that the company is developing is not a passive device that will merely collect information on the wearer, but it will be doing so much more. At TechCrunch Disrupt NY, Halo Neuroscience demonstrated the Halo Sport, which is a wearable device that looks like headphones. However, instead of blasting music into the wearer’s ears, the Halo Sport applies a…


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