We’re writing this early in the morning from a tiny hotel room, on the Las Vegas strip, on the last day on CES 2013.
This week we debuted Muse at CES, along with previews of our suite of brain training games and exercises, the Brain Health System.
It was a week of first’s for our team. The first time we were exhibitors at the conference, the first time our entire staff team went together to showcase our technology, the first time we’ve opened up pre-orders for Muse, and the first time Muse was in the hands of the public since we announced our brain-sensing headband in 2012.
“The most striking thing about wearing the Muse is watching as your subjective, internal mental experience – the kind of thing you just feel in the basement of your brain – as it’s interpreted and articulated visually” – ReadWrite
“While the company is currently focused on the health benefits, their innovations could change the way people control their personal technology.” – Toronto Star
“It’s these sorts of technological wonders that draw around 150,000 people to CES annually” – CBC
We spoke with hundreds of people this week, on and off the conference floor, about Muse and brainwave technology. Where this technology is at right now, the possibilities for the future, and where we see it going in the next 5 to 10 years. Making this technology accessible and affordable to all is and continues to be our goal, and conferences like CES help us make this a reality
We’re just a few months away from our first shipping date, and more excited than ever to get Muse in your hands.
You’re able to reserve your Muse at www.getyourmuse.com, and we’re still offering our CES price of $175 USD until January 15th. Enter your information and shipping address in the pre-order form, and when we’re ready to ship we’ll contact you to process the order.
Sending positive brainwaves from Las Vegas,
- From all of us at InteraXon