The problem with TMS in its current state is that as a therapy it is located in offices, housed in giant medical buildings and used for a big shot that triggers neurons for a prolonged period. After it wears off, patients have to return- an inconvenience, to say the least, with diminishing returns. But what if the machine was smaller, and constant? Why not make it wearable, so a user can be free of overstimulation whenever they need it? Why not disguise it? Why not make it a slick pair of headphones?
With a form factor harkening to Beats by Dre while maintaining the key "figure 8" form of the TMS machine, Sanctum was designed to be a strong, but comfortable device that would both look fashionable and make the wearer feel proud, rather than conscious.
Adjustable, powered by a battery through a cord that looks like any headphone cord, and hidden in plain sight, the Sanctum is a design solution to a medical problem, and one that I'm incredibly proud of.
A unique form factor and an outstanding sense of style. Meet your own personal Sanctum.