A new electronic device, “NERVANA,” emits pleasure signals to the brain in sync with music. The device sends signals through the skin that stimulate nerves and increase pleasurable qualities of music, allowing users to feel the music.
NERVANA works by sending signals that stimulate the Vagus nerve while synchronizing with music. This stimulates the body to produce dopamine, a feel-good chemical. Users simply plug into a music source, put in the NERVANA ear plugs and receive electrical signals along with the music of their choice.
The NERVANA device will be on display at the CES trade show in Las Vegas this week. Visitors will be able to try it out before it is available to consumers in the spring.