The AV™Headset

Kid with Atentiv headset

The AV™ Headset’s sleek, comfortable, lightweight design allows measurement of the brain’s electrical activity through sensors gently touching the forehead and the mastoids behind your ears.

The brain’s electrical signals are amplified from the sensor contacts, communicated to the tablet wirelessly from the AV™ Headset, and serve as the primary driver of each mission within each ATENTIVmynd™ Game application.

The AV™ Headset sensors enable the player to use their actual attention levels to control the outcome of each mission within each game along with certain hand gestures such as swipes and taps on your tablet or computer.

Designed to Meet Safety Standards  

The AV™ Headset has been designed to meet US, Europe and Asia consumer safety standards. The AV™ Headset operates as a sensitive microphone that reads EEG brain activity and sends these signals to the host game tablet. The AV™ Headset does not transmit electricity or anything else into the brain or through the body. 

General Product Safety Compliance

UL/CSA 60950-1
NRTL Certification
IEC 60950-1
Certification Body (CB) Scheme report and certificate 
IEC/EN/UL/CSA 60950-1
Information Technology Equipment Electrical Safety 
UL 2054
Information Technology Household and Commercial Batteries – US (Battery Packs)
IEC/EN 62133
Secondary cells and batteries – EU (Nickel and lithium ion cells and batteries intended for portable applications)

Wireless Compliance

47 CFR Part 15.247
Wireless (Bluetooth Radio) Testing – FCC & IC
TCB/FCB certification for US & Canada 
Radio Canada
Test reports for FCC
(ICES -0003 Issue 5)
Test reports for IC
Bluetooth Radio Equipment Directive (RED) – replaces R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
UL 2054
Household and Commercial Batteries – US (Battery Packs)
IEC 55024/55022
Information Technology Equipment Immunity and Radio Disturbance (EMC)

Green/Environmental Compliance 

RoHS screening with wet chemical
Design & Recovery Target (Recycling & Recovery percentages) 
2012/19/EU WEEE
REACH 161 SVHC Chemical Analysis
REACH 161 SVHC Chemical Analysis (Packaging)
EU Packaging Directive/Toxics
CPSIA (Pb, Cd, Phthalates)
CalProp 65
PAH Testing
Battery REACH 161 SVHC
Battery Heavy metal Test 

Child Safety Compliance  

CPSIA Child Safety
US test package for Consumer Product Safety Information Act (CPSIA)
CPSIA Child Safety
Canada test package for Canada Consumer Product
Children’s Safe
Safety Act (CCPSA)
Products Act
Washington State CHCC Testing & Report
Tony Wagner, Ed.D.

Consultant, Education

Dr. Wagner has served as co-director of the Change Leadership Group (CLG) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education since its inception in 2000. An initiative of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, CLG is a knowledge-development and capacity-building organization focused on helping teens become effective change leaders in school and district improvement. He was also on the faculty of the Executive Leadership Program for Educators, a joint initiative of Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, Business School, and Kennedy School of Government. Dr. Wagner consults widely to public and independent schools, districts, and foundations around the country and internationally, and served as Senior Advisor to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for eight years. Dr. Wagner’s publications include numerous articles and four books: The Global Achievement Gap: Why Even Our Best Schools Don’t Teach the New Survival Skills Our Children Need, And What We Can do About It; Change Leadership: A Practical Guide to Transforming Our Schools; Making the Grade: Reinventing America’s Schools; and How Schools Change: Lessons from Three Communities Revisited. Dr. Wagner’s latest book is Creating Innovators: The Making of Young People Who Will Change The World.

Having worked for more than 35 years in the field of school improvement, Dr. Wagner is a frequent keynote speaker and widely published author on education and society. Prior to assuming his current position at Harvard, he was a high school teacher for 12 years, a school principal, a university professor in teacher education, co-founder and first executive director of Educators for Social Responsibility, project director for the Public Agenda Foundation in New York, and President and CEO of the Institute for Responsive Education.

He earned a Ph.D. in education at Harvard University. 


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