Real-time sound modulation to nudge you to sleep
sleep at the press of a button
SYNC turns any music into a potent sleep aid
SYNC is a tiny device that sits in-between your music player and your earphone. It modulates any music in real-time, turning it into a powerful sleep aid. SYNC uses the standard 3.5 mm jack, so it works with your choice of music player and earphone. We also include an airplane adapter, so you can catch some Zzzs on your next flight. SYNC currently supports sleep and relax mode.
Brain Entrainment Technology
Your brain is made up of billions of neurons and trillions of connections. But these neurons communicate with each other in very specific ways. There are natural oscillations going on in your brain, and these brain frequencies are representative of the physiological state you are in. Entrainment refers to the capacity of the brain to naturally synchronize its brain waves with rhythmic external stimuli. SYNC uses cutting edge engineering and neuroscience to subtly modulate any music of your choice in real-time to gently nudge you to sleep.
In a recent meta-analysis of 20 studies, 95% of 1339 insomnia patients, reported that listening to music was the best intervention to help them fall asleep.
SYNC turbo charges any music and makes it even more effective
Experience full length audio samples
Sign up and we will send you full-length audio samples recorded through SYNC. It is guaranteed to help you sleep, relax or calm your mind.
Invented by experts in Engineering and Neuroscience
The Team Behind
Dr. Amiya Patanaik
Dr. Amiya Patanaik holds a PhD in computer engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and a bachelor in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. He is an expert in computational neuroscience and machine-learning and has published papers in major scientific journals and holds patents in related fields. He co-founded Neurobit Technologies to translate cutting edge scientific findings to commercial products.
Kishan has a masters and bachelor in Physics and has worked in multiple world renowned labs and universities including Mechanobiology Institute, NUS Singapore; New York University; Yale university and CNRS Lab in Toulouse,France. He is an expert in hardware design and bio-electronics. With a background in experimental physics, he has worked on cutting edge products that use physiological data to augment human abilities.
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