In Pictures: CES 2014 Fails

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Muse: The Brain-Sensing Headband — A walk will do Eons before batteries, electricity, integrated circuits, and smartphones, people trained their minds to relax and contemplate. Thanks to the geniuses at Interaxon, we can finally incorporate technology into the practice.

Wrap the Muse brain-sensing headband around your noggin, and its seven sensors will monitor your brain activity and send the data to your smartphone over a Bluetooth connection.

But don’t dillydally: The batteries last only 4.5 hours, and then you’ll have to go back to meditating the old-fashioned way. By yourself. In a cave. —Michael Brown

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