This year's LeWeb was heavy on tech jargon, but we're beginning to see the Internet of Things take shape.
Can a sleek headband which reads your brainwaves help you to achieve inner peace? Interaxon's CEO, Ariel Garten certainly thinks so. Her company's first product, Muse, is an EEG (Electroencephalography) headband which determines what kind of brain waves you are producing and a Brain Health package which tells you how to change them.
Like nerve endings which translate senses into electrical impulses in your nervous system, sensors can translate the physical world into the digital. In the process, they can help humans become more aware of ourselves.
The “quantified self” is an increasingly …