Making feelings make sense.

Empowering users to think intelligently about the ways different environments affect them.

By taking scientific research into embodiment, wellness and biorhythms out of the laboratory and into the context of daily life, our technology can help to fill the gaps in our limited understandings of how the environments people are exposed to daily can be associated with their emotional states. Recent research across neuroscience, psychology and physiology has highlighted how the ability to correlate and biodata provides much needed answers to rising concerns about global increases in negative emotional health.

Such challenges emphasize the need for cross-disciplinary research that work with people in meaningful and intuitive ways to think smarter about where and when they feel the ways they do. As emotions are a key component of social interaction and community formation, they also highlight the potential of aggregating and correlating people's disparate feelings to provide broader insights into personality trends, intent and the formation of identities, as well as the social, political and economic behaviours and norms they influence.At EiQ we have a passion for smart biometric technology that can help. By generating real-time feedback and actionable insights from persistent moods and emotional variance, we offer smarter, more scientifically accurate hardware and software for streamlining the way people connect with how they feel. Empowering users to think intelligently about the ways different environments affect them and others. That’s our thing. We provide people with the tools to visualize their real-time and historical emotional states. Biodata taken outside the laboratory and “into the wild” - in crowds, groups, at work, at home, offline and on.

The EiQ Team

John

A.T. Kingsmith

Co-Founder

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Julian von Bargen

Co-Founder

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Mike

William S Jaques

Co-Founder

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