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Remote studies: More focus and less distractions

Headphones that improve concentration for more focus and less distraction during remote studies with the help of neurotechnology.

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  • Experience Designer

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It is very common for people to say that studying remotely is difficult, as they can't focus and are easily distracted by notifications, other devices or noise at home.

Frequent distractions don't help people to focus on a task from beginning to end and this ends up generating frustration and waste of time, as the brain gets tired and takes a few minutes to focus on another line of reasoning.

With that in mind, neuroscience mixed with technology would be useful. Today there is a headphone with neurosensors that capture the activities of the brain and help the person, during work, to focus on a task without being interrupted. It also generates a report with your brain patterns indicating the times for better productivity. This could be applied in the field of education as well, helping students to focus on tasks and be able to manage better times to study. :)

What part(s) of the pre-COVID school system do you wish to leave in the past? Why?

Autonomy to manage what times the mind is most productive and the idea that studying at home is difficult and impossible to concentrate on.

Tell us a little bit about yourself and what inspired you to share this idea.

I'm Experience Designer from Brazil and I like the connection between technologies and disciplines that improve our lives and performance as human.

Recently I watched one class from Aerolito and they spoke about Eno, which is a headphone with neurosensors that improve focus during work. So I thought: why not connect this with students? 

What region are you located in?

  • Latin America and the Caribbean

Where are you located?

São Paulo, Brazil

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