Strap on these high-tech headphones for a unique listening experience. The "Mico" by Neurowear detects the wearer's state of mind through a sensor placed on the forehead.

Whether you're stressed, sad, happy or feeling sleepy and calm after a long day, the headphones will create a playlist inspired by your mood. The "Mico" picks up the user's brainwaves and sends them for in-app analysis. Watch the demo video above where Japanese model and singer Julie Watai tries out the mood-sensing headphones.

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[via PSFK]