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Press Release from NeuroSky!

Just in Time for Halloween: Necomimi Now Offers Devilish Horns

Los Angeles, CA – October 25, 2012 – Necomimi, the brainwave cat ear sensation, is now offering Devilish Horns just in time for Halloween, priced at $24.95. Users can now choose between a variety of ears, including Obsidian Black, Minky Brown and Jungle Leopard as well the signature white cat ears.

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Collect all styles and easily slip them on and off the headset to suit your mood or the occasion. Find the custom ears on the website at

Necomimi is a brainwave headset with ears that move according to the user’s neuroscience patterns and emotions in real time. A sensor placed on the wearer’s forehead monitors brainwave patterns and the ears move in cat-like reactive movements. The ears perk up when the user is alert, droop down to show relaxation and wiggle back and forth when the user is “in the zone.”

Necomimi first became popular within the anime and costume communities in Japan because of a viral YouTube video by Neurowear, a fashion electronics company and finally made its U.S. debut in July during Comic Con 2012.

About NeuroSky: 

NeuroSky, Inc., a bioelectronics company, is the leader in Brain-Computer Interface technology for consumer product application. Founded in 2004 and headquartered in San Jose, CA, NeuroSky works with industry partners, developers, as well as academic and research institutions to provide innovative products and solutions across a wide range of industries. Grounded in more than 60 years of research, NeuroSky’s precision-grade technology has taken proven research EEG (electroencephalograph) technology and evolved it for application to the mass consumer market by making it more user-friendly and cost-effective.

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