Necomimi moving cat ears to be sold in Japan

By Tenkaijapan - Last updated: 水曜日, 4月 11, 2012 - Save & Share - Leave a Comment

The Japanese project Neurowear announced that it will begin selling the consumer version of its Necomimi (a stylized romanization of the Japanese term for “cat ears”) headbands at the Nico Nico Choukaigi event, which will be held in Chiba Prefecture’s Makuhari Messe event center on April 28 and 29.

Neurowear will offer the moving headbands at the special event price of 7,900 yen (about US$97), before the regular retail release at 8,980 yen (about US$111). The company also revealed last month that a North American version has been completed.

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Rather than a standard headband with cat ears on it, Neurowear claims that Necomimi detects the brainwaves emitted by the wearer and moves the ears accordingly ― twitching, folding down, or perking back up.

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