Thync is a wearable device worn on your temple and controlled through your smartphone. After selecting a ‘vibe’ from the app, the device sends small electric waveforms to activate specific neural pathways that make you feel more “calm” or “energized.” So you can literally call-up energy on demand.
I’m not sure if people are aware of this app! It’ called ‘Animal crossing new leaf guide’ and its a super easy way to monitor how many bugs, fish, sea creatures you’ve caught and also an easy way to see when villagers birthdays are. You can also put in the badges you have got and the fossils you’ve placed in the museum. There is literally so much you can do in this app to monitor your game and see where you’re at~! OH AND ITS ON ANDROID AND IOS!
Bubble bike sketch on my IPad + the testversion of Tayasui Watercolor App #illustration #tayasui #tayasuiwatercolor #app #test #stylus #digitalpainting #bike #bubble #brushes #ekaterinakoroleva #berlin
Drs. Mitchell Lunn and Juno Obedin-Maliver, both clinical fellows at the University of California, San Francisco, have spent the past decade studying the health problems of people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer.
Their biggest challenge is the lack of population health data about LGBTQ people. The researchers hope that an iPhone app can change that.