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New gadget to show when your brain works best

Cerebral activity displayed through light and sound to boost productivity

Conceptual image of the brain. The brain's areas, smell, taste, vision, memory and understanding of language, short-term memory and action programming, treatment of sensory information (staircase). (Photo by: BSIP/UIG via Getty Images)

TOKYO -- Ever wondered what it would be like to see what people are thinking?

While it may stop well short of letting you read someone's mind, a system being developed by a Tokyo startup could soon show you just how much a person's gray matter is being engaged.

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