MindRider

Originally developed at MIT, MindRider is a head-based wearable that tracks, in real time, how your rides, movement, and location engage your mind. The MindRider app maps your engagement, giving you new insight into your riding experience. Part of the Multimer analytics system, Mindrider is the first biosensor developed to collect human experience data and process it in a large-scale, location-aware context.
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What is MindRider?

Originally developed at MIT, MindRider is a helmet that tracks, in real time, how your rides, movement, and location engage your mind. The MindRider app maps your engagement, giving you new insight into your riding experience. Part of the Multimer analytics system, Mindrider is the first biosensor developed to collect human experience data and process it in a large-scale, location-aware context.
MindRider has been featured in The New York Times, MSNBCDiscovery Channel Daily Planet, Fast Company, Wired, Science Channel’s All-American MakersShape Magazine, NPR’s Here and NowCNN HLN, Boston Herald, PRI’s Studio 360, WGBH, BostInno, MakeDiscovery News, WPIXGizMag, KGW-NBCWNYC, and many more.

The new MindRider wearable, developed by Yapah Berry, can be worn as part of a headband, hat, helmet—all the head accessories that people already wear. Above are some of the pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers collecting data with MindRider for the Multimer system.

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DuKorp looks at the intersection of quantified self (wearables, biosensors) and smart cities (responsive transit, environments).
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