ApplicationNo. 281728 filed on 07/28/1994
US Classes:600/544, Detecting brain electric signal600/27, Sensory (e.g., visual, audio, tactile, etc.)600/301Via monitoring a plurality of physiological data, e.g., pulse and blood pressure
ExaminersPrimary: Sykes, Angela D.
Assistant: Gilbert, Samuel
Attorney, Agent or Firm
Foreign Patent References
International ClassA61M 021/00
Foreign Application Priority Data1993-08-12 JP
AbstractAn apparatus comprises a separable sensor for detecting physiological data of a human body, a memory for storing the physiological data such as brain waves, skin temperature, and the like detected, a controller for reading out the physiological data from the memory and for supplying to a light modulator, and an LED for emitting a flickering light or a sound converted in accordance with the physiological data toward the user. The physiological data upon leading has been stored in the memory. Therefore, when the same user is intend to lead into the same desired state again, the physiological and mental state of the user which has detected before may be used. There is, consequently, no need to attach a sensor each time of the leading.