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A 'brain charger': The ultimate PDA accessory?
Posted: 20-Nov-2003 [Source: CNet]

[DreamFree out of Korea offers a "personal electroencephalogram" PDA peripheral at Comdex. The Peeg is designed to alter brain waves and improve mood. Electronic Prozac?]

by Michael Kanellos, COMDEX -- "The Peeg consists of a software application for Microsoft Pocket PC, headphones and a set of silver eyeglasses that look like the sort of thing triathletes wear. The lenses are made of opaque plastic.

When the PDA application is set on "concentration," rhythmic pinging sounds are heard in the earphones while lights flash off and on inside the glasses. Users close their eyes, so they only faintly perceive the light pulses. The frequency of the pings and the lights are meant to be synchronized so that they induce brain waves of the same frequency. By altering brain wave frequencies, Peeg can alter moods, Moon said.

"It changes your brain waves and makes you feel better," he said."

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