Looks like researchers just want to delve deeper and deeper into our minds, as the folks over at Hitachi and Hitachi Kokusai Denki Engineering have unveiled their new wearable brain analyzer. While it looks rather chunky, it can be used to assist scientists at research institutes and help companies develop their marketing strategies. It’s lightweight and easy to assemble, not to mention that it offers a built-in battery and can be controlled via Wi-Fi. The company is looking to release this product sometime this year for 10 million Yen ($107,147). Are you worried that your boss might force you to wear one of these in the future, just to make sure you’re thinking about work during office hours? Scary.RELATED
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