This Device Syncs Music With Your Brain’s Pleasure Center
Tired of listening to music the same boring, normal way? Now you can listen to it like a cool future human, thanks to SCIENCE. A new device called Nervana syncs whatever music you’re listening to at the moment and sends proprietary electrical signals to your brain’s Vagus nerve, producing dopamine and allowing you to, like, really feel the muuuusic, mannn. As detailed by Business Wire, the device also works with live performances, which means that your favorite concerts (at least, the ones that aren’t nihilistic power electronics or something) are about to get a lot more hand-holdy.
Alternately, you can also get more or less the same experience by listening to every Grouper album in a row or by implanting a music chip inside your brain.