Moxo Wearable Knows What You Like

Moxo Wearable Knows What You Like
The Moxo wearable detects subconscious responses.

Created by mPath, a spin-off of MIT’s Media Lab, the arm-worn Moxo works with a pair of eye-tracking glasses to measure skin conductance as the wearer looks at different objects. By monitoring the changes in the skin’s electrical conductivity, the system can determine what emotions the objects are evoking in the wearer.

While initially designed as a new tool for product research, the Moxo could also have applications in education.

Moxo Wearable Knows What You Like

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