Meditating in virtual reality (Peninsula Press):
“Imagine you are on a beach in Bali practicing yoga at dawn, watching the sun rise beyond the lagoon. The image is so vivid that you almost forget you are actually sitting in an office in San Francisco, wearing a virtual reality (VR) headset. Read the rest of this entry »
By: Alvaro Fernandez
What a fantastic event this was — thank you to the over 200 registered Summit participants in 15 countries for your contributions during three very stimulating days at the leading edge of brain health and technology!
All Session Recordings are now available: 30+ Speakers, 15+ Hours of Discussion including both talks and Q&A sessions.
How to Watch the Summit Recordings:
a) If you participated in the Summit, you can click on any session in the Summit Agenda, and use same log-in credentials
b) If you didn’t, you can register and purchase access Here ($125)
By: Potomac Institute for Policy Studies
On Tuesday, September 29th, 2015, the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies hosted a seminar in collaboration with SharpBrains titled, “The Neurotechnology Revolution: Market Trends & Impacts”. The seminar sought to initiate a discussion of the growing trends in funding and market development based on two recently released reports on emerging neurotechnology by Potomac Institute and SharpBrains. Read the rest of this entry »
By: Alvaro Fernandez
You may have already seen in the news that the U.N. Dreams Big: 17 Huge New Goals To Build A Better World (NPR):
“At the United Nations General Assembly this weekend in New York, U.N. member states are set to adopt the new Sustainable Development Goals. The goals are meant to guide development priorities around the globe over the next 15 years Read the rest of this entry »
High-tech headband boosts concussion detection (CBS News):
“Technology has made it possible for players to keep track of how certain hits are impacting their brains before a concussion takes them out of the game completely.
In 2013, (USA forward Abby) Wambach Read the rest of this entry »
Our new report is making the media rounds…
Reuters: Brain technology patents soar as companies get inside people’s heads
From ways to eavesdrop on brains and learn what advertisements excite consumers, to devices that alleviate depression, the number of U.S. patents awarded for “neurotechnology” has soared since 2010, according to an analysis released on Wednesday.
“Neurotech has gone well beyond medicine, with non-medical corporations, often under the radar, developing neurotechnologies to enhance work and life,” Alvaro Fernandez said.
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Enjoy these great presentations on emerging brain health apps and solutions, delivered at the 2014 SharpBrains Virtual Summit and featuring:
- For Digital Artefacts: Joan Severson, President
- For HeartMath: Catherine Calarco, Chief Marketing Officer
- For Sleep Genius: Colin House, CEO
- For The Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation: Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa, President