NeuroSky MindWave Mobile - Focus Pocus 包80027-011
- Helps children to retain information, stay on task and concentrate
- Provides parents with an online tool to track, guide and reward achievement
- Contains exercises that may help improve behavior and the ability to learn
- Focus Pocus is a fun game with benefits for both children and adults!
Based on 15-years of research on ADHD, Hocus-pocus combines real time brainwave feedback with learning and play. Hocus-pocus uses NeuroSky’s Mind Wave Mobile EEG headset to monitor attention and relaxation levels, and is further designed to improve impulse control, working memory, and attention for children who have difficulty concentrating. Users can customize a wizard avatar and train to develop “powers" by mastering 12minigames, including racing broomsticks, brewing potions, and battling dragons! The gameplay of this magical world is devised to be fun, but it also incorporates a series of feedback modes designed to track and train the player's mental states, highlighting areas where they need improvement. There is also a parental reporting application called Focus In that allows parents to log in daily and see how their child is progressing with their exercises. Created and developed by NeuroCog Solutions in conjunction with Wollongong University, Australia, Focus Pocus is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS, and coming soon on iOS and Android. It includes single or two-player modes with adjustable difficulty,
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The biggest downer is that I got the bundle and the first one had no serial number to use the software.
Contacted the software producer in Australia and they wouldn't help. Said I had to deal with the place I bought it.
Returned first bundle and now got the second. Guess what? No serial number.
Don't bother with this bundle. Get the mindwave mobile headset then buy the software separately.
From the results of our experiment, we have concluded that the NeuroSky headset system is not using alpha and beta waves to show changes in meditation and attention. Furthermore, I was able to hold the headset within my hands, and the software started reading brain waves of my hand, which is obviously incorrect.
We have determined from our study that the Neurosky system may be nothing more than a gimmick, and uses flashy words such as “brain EEG” to entice consumers into purchasing it.
If you have any questions about the lab or the study itself that was conducted to determine that this product may be a scam, the link to the scientific paper is below along with the link to the Neuroscience program at The University of Cincinnati.
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