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Mindz Brainplay is the only education provider in the world taking neuroscience to the schools,  the mall, the pubs and even your loungeroom!

Basically, MINDZ reads and explains the electrical signals emitted from your brain using a variety of EEG (electroencephalograph) headsets. These brainwave signals are  generated by the 80-100 billion neurons inside your head. 

As well as actually seeing your neurons firing you can use the power of differing thoughts to control objects on a screen. You can even play games against friends using only your mind to move the gaming characters.

It’s a completely safe, educational and fascinating journey into the brain, brain health, neuron communication and the possible future of a brain-controlled world. Each session – for schools, individuals or groups involves three components…

1. Mind control
Ever wanted to control objects with your thoughts? By using our special 16 receptor EEG headset, we teach you to control virtual objects using only your thoughts. For schools, we explain the relevance to medical science and especially the disabled community.

2. See inside your mind
View
the incredible electrical network that makes up your mind. We’ll explain what it all means and give you time to snap some  photos to put on Instagram or Facebook..

3. Challenge your friends!20160212_193414
Play games with your friends or our system using ONLY your mind control to score points. Your thoughts dictate the action.

Basically, MINDZ BRAINPLAY takes neuroscience out of the lab and onto the streets. It’s educational, entertaining and gives a fascinating insight the workings of the mind.

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