A new textile sensor precisely measures body movements without the need for electronic components. The sensor, which can be added to workout clothing, can predict in real-time how exhausted you get during exercise.
Using a mathematical model to study how the brain predicts information and learns, researchers discovered signals for accuracy are found in the anterior insula and anxiety affects activity levels in this brain region.
SleepLoop, a newly designed mobile system, can help promote deep sleep through auditory brain stimulation. The device tracks when a person enters slow-wave brain activity, triggering an auditory signal that helps synchronize neurons and enhance the slow waves.