The first thought-powered wearable computer



Neurosity is a New York based startup that created the brain-interface device, Notion. Founded by AJ Keller, a former Boeing employee, and Alex Castillo, an ex-Netflix engineer, they approached our creative team to produce a series of short films to introduce Notion at the TEDxTalk.




Upon user testing Notion in beta, we started storyboarding the scenarios in preparation for the shoot. We wanted to support the integrity and capture the reality of what the device can do with real-time footage.



Behind The Scenes

As we tested the Notion device on our models, it was fascinating to watch Notion live in action. While shooting the kitchen scene, we captured how the iPad scrolled through the recipe hands-free, and mind controlled by our model, Marquini.


Final Outcome




Featured in

Cheddar – This Device Lets You Control Your Computer Using Brain Waves

TEDxTalks – Empowering the Mind

The Next Web – This startup is building a brain-reading device to take on Elon Musk’s Neuralink

Forbes – Neurosity launching Notion, a “brain-reading computer”




Creative Direction — Handson
Director of Photography — Steve Gong
Film Editing — Handson