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Brain Wave Bike Mapping

Forget bike mapping with paper (even if the DOT has great free maps every year) or fancy GPS apps. So 2014.

The new trend is brain waves. Arlene Ducao  an MIT graduate–of course, has developed a bike helmet, Mindrider, which tracks riders brain activity and maps out routes based on chill areas and more stressed out zones.

Here is an article in Wired magazine:

MEASURING BRAINWAVES TO MAKE NEW KIND OF BIKE MAP FOR NYC

By: Alex Davies
January 30th, 2015

If you want to bike around Manhattan these days, it’s easy to find an online or physical map that can lead you to the bike lanes and keep you riding safely. But it won’t tell you much more, like which route would be the most relaxing, and which the most demanding of your attention. 

That’s exactly the information Arlene Ducao wants to provide with the MindRider Map, which is created by deploying cyclists wearing a helmet that measures their brainwaves.

Read more by riding over Here.

Here is a video:

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