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HR Trends: Electronically influencing emotions

2nd, November 2015
 
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by Tom Haak
 
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Thync

Examples of smart and creative use of trends in the field of people and organisations

#2.001: Electronically influencing emotions

Why? Wearables that can measure your brain activity are only the beginning. By measuring and getting feedback you can also influence your brain activity and your emotions. Thync is a device that can influence your emotions. “When you have the power to change the way you feel, it changes everything”. 

Keywords: technology, wearables, performance & emotional metrics, mental commands, facial expressions

Link: http://www.thync.com/

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Tom Haak is the founder and director of The HR Trend Institute. Prior to founding the HR Trend Institute in 2014, Tom held senior HR positions in companies as Arcadis, Aon, KPMG and Philips. The HR Trend Institute detects, follows and encourages smart and creative use of trends in the field of people and organizations, and also in adjacent areas.