Watch This: Watch this little boy show us his emotions with the Necomimi cat ears

We
first saw this crazy ear to brain conjoined idea, being featured at the
CES 2013 early this year and now we get to take them for real a spin.
Neko mimi is basically Japanese for cat ears. One question comes to mind
however; Why would you need cat ears? Well  we sure this would come in
handy for the next cat woman sequel if at all it ever happens anyway.
The head-mounted gear is basically meant to be a fun product that
depicts a person’s emotions and reflect them through the motion of the
hokey cat ears. They are basically mounted on the head complete with two
sensors one is an EEG (electroencephalography)
brain sensor that rests on your forehead and the other clip is attached
to the left ear.  It has five modes of movements checking sensor mode,
normal mode, attention mode, relax mode and zone mode. These modes will
reflect the persons emotions from sad to happy or to show excitement
with a fast ear flap. They are definitely worth a try and on the naughty
side we can see practical use of these ears for couples who cant easily
express themselves–wink– am sure you know what we mean.  – See more
at:
http://www.techjaja.com/meet-the-innovative-and-futuristic-devices-that-will-wow-you-at-this-years-orange-expo/14102013#sthash.AiEpiJlA.dpuf

Its last day of the Orange expo and the place is still on fire, today we bring you this lovely little kid who is not shy to hold back his emotions as he answers to all the mum’s questions using his neco mimi ears. We first saw this crazy ear to brain conjoined idea, being featured at the CES 2013 early this year– Neco mimi is basically Japanese for cat ears. They are basically mounted on the head complete with two sensors one is an EEG (electroencephalography) brain sensor that rests on your forehead and the other clip is attached to the left ear.  It has five modes of movements checking sensor mode,
normal mode, attention mode, relax mode and zone mode. These modes will reflect the persons emotions from sad to happy or to show excitement with a fast ear flap.

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We imagine a future where this gadget can send your emotions to your smartphone and your next ringtone or song playlist depicts those emotions.

 

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