FOC.US – transcranial direct current stimulation for gamers

  • The Has Landed!

    The Has Landed!

    Is FDA approved? No. The focus gamer headset offers no medical benefits, is not a medical device, and is not regulated by the FDA.

  • When will my headset ship? If ordered today your headset should ship by the end of July 2013. Subsequent production orders are scheduled from October 2013.
  • Will Android be supported? Yes, we are fully committed to providing Android support as soon as Android contains the required bluetooth 4.0 apis. We ♥ Android.
  • Is the headset safe? The focus headset has been tested to all required regulatory standards including CE Safety standard EN60601-2-10: 2001 and EN60601-1: 2006.
  • What does the headset do? The headset passes a small electric current <2.05mA through the prefrontal cortex of the wearer.
  • Who should not use The headset is not a toy, is not recommended for under 18s, epilepsy suffers or people with implants. It should not be used in the treatment of any medical conditions.

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4 thoughts on “FOC.US – transcranial direct current stimulation for gamers

    • Not from me, I’m not selling anything, but from, sure you may have, orders are being delivered. Best, JohnH

    • Agreed, now would be a great time for some graduate student to be putting together a crowd-sourced cognition-improvement study using the Focus device.

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