It’s an exciting moment for us; Versus is the result of about 4 years in R&D. We took on some real challenges during that time because of our commitment to a high standard of training.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2015
SenseLabs has been formally issued a patent for the neurophysiological dry sensor assembly used in it’s Versus EEG headset, according to an announcement today by Austin Miller, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer.
The invention allows Versus to collect brainwave data from users without depending on the application of a gel like conductive material, and attachment of a probe to a users scalp.
“It’s important to note the central challenge we’ve overcome with this assembly,” said Dale Dalke, SenseLabs’ Chief Technology Officer. “We have created easy access to an EEG device that provides for personal in-home neurofeedback training. Our users are no longer restricted to a practitioner’s business or clinical office setting.”
Austin Miller, Co-founder and CEO noted, “It’s an exciting moment for us; Versus is the result of about 4 years in R&D. We took on some real challenges during that time because of our commitment to a high standard of training. I truly commend Dale and his team for their perseverance throughout the process.”
SenseLabs is on a mission to improve human performance. Led by a team of science and startup veterans, the company commercializes mobile brain sensing technology and improvement algorithms. SenseLabs provides training protocols and cloud services that deliver quantified improvements in focus, impulse control as well as sleep and stress management. Versus is the first consumer product that brings this training to students, athletes, working professionals, and more. For more information visit senselabs.com.
Versus is a brain sensing headset and app designed to help you to stay calm and focused under stress. From 3x Olympic gold medalist Kerri Walsh Jennings to doubles tennis great Mike Bryan, Versus is relied on by the world’s premier athletes to perform at their mental best. The training is based on SenseLabs’ research into how the brains of the highest performing athletes process information, focus, mentally shift gears, reset after an error, and recover from stress. For more information visit getversus.com.
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