Kokoon EEG Sleeping Headphones

Jun 17, 2015

Category: Tech

Listening to some slow jazz, nature sounds, or maybe your favorite podcast can be a nice little bedtime routine. But what’s the best way to do that? Kokoon EEG Headphones could be the answer.

These headphones are designed to be comfortable enough to sleep in and smart enough to know when you’re drifting off, adjusting the volume accordingly. An intelligent alarm will recognize when it’s time to wake up and let you know. The built-in EEG sensors and accompanying app also break down your sleep cycle and identify any bad habits or troubling trends you’re mired in. Onkyo’s acoustic engineers have also lent their expertise, so the audio quality is expected to be quite good for everyday use. A $189 pledge right now gets you the Kokoon with all the sensors intact, with an estimated delivery of February 2016. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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