Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman introduces the prototype for Thync's second-generation stress-relieving wearable: Thync Relax. The neck-worn device works by signaling nerves along the back of the head to trigger the brain’s natural calming mechanism.
Gadgets July 27, 2016
Thync is a new high-tech electronic headband that uses electricity to change the user's mood. In 5 to 20 minutes, low-level electrical impulses result in either a calming or energizing effect.
Wearable Tech June 10, 2015
A company called Thync has announced $13 million in funding for a device that is aimed at altering the wearer's mood in the same way that things like caffeine or exercise does. Using electricity and ultrasound, it is supposed to make wearers feel calm or energetic.
Wearable Tech October 8, 2014