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Necomimi Available in USA: gaming application of NeuroSky EEG technology with wellness potential

Much Antic­i­pat­ed Necomi­mi Launch­es in the US (press release):

A con­cept born in Japan by Neu­rowear, a fash­ion elec­tron­ics com­pa­ny, Necomim­i’s pop­u­lar­i­ty sky­rock­et­ed with­in the ani­me and cos­tume communities…Necomimi is a head­band with cat ears that move accord­ing to the user’s feel­ings and emo­tions in real time. Necomi­mi, pow­ered by Neu­roSky’s ThinkGear tech­nol­o­gy, gives peo­ple a chance to express their moods in a real-time, unique way…Three emo­tion­al states cre­ate cat-like reac­tive move­ments that show how inter­est­ed or relaxed the wear­er is.  When some­thing catch­es the user’s atten­tion, the ears shoot straight up.  When the wear­er is relaxed, the ears droop down.  When both high­ly focused and high­ly relaxed –or “in the zone” — the ears will wig­gle back and forth.”

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  1. Robin says:

    I don’t know if “Necomi­mi” is the cor­rect name of this prod­uct as it is mar­ket­ed, but i would like to say that in Japan­ese, cat or “Neko” is prop­er­ly roman­ized with a K and not a C. Neko is cat and Mimi is ear in Japan­ese.

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