Trained in classical neuroimaging at the Harvard-MIT-MGH Martinos Center and Stanford Medical center, Rohan started a company called BrainBot which helps users collect their brain data to see how meditation is changing their brainwaves. His work is based on his first-hand research with sadhus and monks in the Himalayas, where he recorded their brainwaves while they were meditating.View Complete Profile
A brainwave headset that helps you meditate
Neurotechnologist Rohan Dixit envisions a future where millions would be able to experience meditation aided by technology. Dixit has built an ingenious tool that turns brainwaves into musical notes, and plays back a calm melody that guides you into a state of mindfulness.
Recorded at INK2013, Kochi, Kerala
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