Personal Neuro Devices (PND) promises to turn Google Glass into a “powerful neuro-imaging device” with Introspect, the PND wearable. By pairing its technology with the Glass, Introspect is able to:
- Passively monitor brain activity throughout the day and provide this intelligence to a physician to assist with diagnosis and treatment of conditions such as depression.
- Deliver hyper-targeted content in the blink of an eye, screened to match user’s specific tastes and interests with mood-sensing algorithms.
- Immediately respond to elevated stress levels, with visual prompts to take a break and use Transcend, PND’s neuro-feedback meditation app to relax.
- Actively and remotely monitor the brain health of mission-critical, emergency response, transportation and front-line personnel in the field.
- Facilitate adherence to long-term medication therapies by providing patients with feedback on the re-emergence of subtle neuropsychological symptoms.
- Remotely and regularly monitor changes in the neuropsychological symptoms of participants in phase 2 and 3 drug trials.
- Enable easy and mobile neuro-feedback exercises for faster return-to-play and return-to-school after brain injuries, as well as maintenance of healthy brain function for older adults.
Personal Neuro Devices has already established itself as a front-runner in the development of consumer applications drawn from the latest neuroscience to help people recover from concussions, better manage their stress levels, and improve their mental clarity and focus. This same expertise is now being applied to the creation of Introspect, which is now available for early adopter testing and pilot project applications. It is designed to fit on the wearer’s head with Google Glass, and connect to Glass via Bluetooth. It will also be secure, with encrypted data transmission and storage.