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British Airways wants to make you happy

To find out how their passengers feel in-flight, British Airways is experimenting with an unsual idea, a "Happiness Blanket". In the same way a mood ring can indicate your mood, the blanket monitors brain waves using a headband and changes colours to reveal a passenger's mood.

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