Wearing your heart on your sleeve, really
Sensoree's goal is to craft wearable technology that promotes "externalized intimacy"—in other words, wearing your feelings on your clothes.
The company works with futuristic fabrics made from sustainable materials that use sensitive technologies. With this technology, the startup explores the Sensory Computer Interface, a tool that allows communication between the person and the machine.
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The "Neurotiq," pictured above, is a knitted, 3-D-printed EEG brain sensor that maps thoughts and exhibits brain states with color. Sponsored by Emotiv Epoc and printed by Formlabs, the piece has 14 sensors that read brain activity and it exhibits 14 light points. The design claims to show brain activity and location, which matches to a corresponding of brain state.
For instance, a meditative state will display as orange. Beta, or a state of mind with high concentration and focus, is associated with green, while a multi-sensory brain state is a combination of blue, purple and red.
—By CNBC's Uptin Saiidi. Follow him on Twitter @Uptin.