When we heard about Mitch Altman’s new project, the NeuroDreamer Sleep Mask, we had to open it up to see how it works. It flashes colored lights at your eyelids and plays brainwave beats for your ears to help you fall asleep, have lucid dreams, or for meditation. Watch the teardown video on YouTube (please subscribe!) or Vimeo, and check out our photos and notes about the design of this product in the NeuroDreamer teardown guide on the Adafruit Learning System.
Used in this teardown:
- USB Microscope – 5.0 Megapixel / 220x magnification / 8 LEDs
- Articulated Arm Stand for USB Microscope
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