Quentin Soulet from Rythm pitches at The Brain Forum 2016.
Rythm is a leading neurotechnology startup based in Paris and San Francisco, with a 50 people team. They are developing the first active sleep wearable, called Dreem. Dreem monitors your brain activity during sleep and sends sounds stimulations at key events of your night, to improve the quality of your deep sleep. By merging neuroscience and the most advanced technology, they have created a wearable that not only tracks your sleep but also enhances your deep sleep. They launched a limited series edition, called the Dreem First program, so Dreem is now available for $350.