Guests of Biohacking Conference Moscow Will Test Biohacking Devices in Action
Biohacking Conference Moscow attendees will see the Dewar vessels, operating brain neurostimulator gadget and a wearable device from ŌURA.
How neurogadgets work? How to increase productivity using the latest tech? Attendees of the conference dedicated to biohacking will not only find answers to these questions, but would be able to test the real brain stimulation device.
Biohacking Conference Moscow will feature a Brainstorm neurogadget that is helping to improve various human abilities with a non-invasive methods. Head-fixed device works by using a method of Transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation (tDCS), affecting different brain zones via the electrodes. This helps to improve memory, get rid of bad habits and even overcome the depression.
Also, event guests will test ŌURA wearable device. A gadget from the Finnish developers looks like a ring that can synchronize with a smartphone, keep track of the sleep phases, heart rate, breathing, as well as measure body temperature and many other things. It weighs only 6-9 grams and has vast functional capabilities: ŌURA representatives will showcase the gadget and tell how to improve health using wearable data.
Besides, attendees will find out whether human can live up to beat aging and diseases. For example, is it possible to freeze your body for many years, what inventions exist in this segment and how cryogenic conservation works today?
Conference will feature Dewar vessels – containers used in cryonics to keep the body in deep freezing state for unfreezing in the future. Event guests will see the work of devices for long-term storage of materials under the increased or decreased temperature.