Imagine you could learn more, faster and outperform your competitors. The Halo Sport 2 headphones use a noninvasive technique to stimulate the brain's motor cortex – the part of the brain responsible for movement. This allows people to learn physical movement faster. Athletes can learn the latest training techniques quicker than their competitors. Musicians can rapidly learn musical scores, leaving more time to refine and ultimately excel faster. Halo Sport 2 is redefining the future of human performance with its neuropriming technology.
The Sport 2 headset packs science-based, medical-grade technology into great-sounding Bluetooth headphones. Why headphones? The area of the brain that affects muscle memory and movement is directly under the headband. Additionally, the target user groups regularly use music to assist their workouts and help attain their flow state. This alignment of usability and functionality in a familiar form factor allows Sport 2 to fit right into people's natural routine without changing behavior.
Our goal was to design a mass-market brain stimulator to advance human potential in athletes, musicians, and everyday users. The solution had to synthesize the latest laboratory tech into an elegant, approachable, and consumer-friendly product. As a wearable neurostimulator, Halo Sport 2 needed to meet three challenging goals at once: looking and sounding great; meeting an aggressive price target for the mass market; and delivering uncompromising, precision neurotechnology.
Halo Sport 2 takes a scientific neurostimulation method normally practiced in laboratories with wires, sponges, and measuring tapes, and pushes the limits of engineering to pack this precision technology into a lightweight, wearable set of headphones that look and sound great. Of particular note is the design that went into making Halo Sport 2 accessible to all - unlike any other product on the market, Halo works with all types of human hair, all skin types, and all head shapes.
The roots of the Halo Neuroscience are in medical neurostimulation devices, and clinical trials of Halo Sport have begun in applications such as stroke and rehabilitation. A usable therapy from a compelling device is an effective therapy.