MIT Hackathon Project – Flow


Imagine the future of work, not too far from today, where mixed reality tech (MR) is highly integrated into our everyday workflow and lives. With FLOW, knowledge workers can use their own brain data and have curated wellness experiences generated and delivered to their MR headset on the fly.

Product Design: Sid Desai
XR Developer: Jeffrey Jhang, James Lee
UI/UX Designer: Arwa Alsaati, Ajinkya Hukerikar


By combining an EEG band (muse), Arctop SDK integrated with Microsoft Hololens & MRTK, we first integrated Neuos SDK into our own Android app. We then spun our own Android server. By connecting and sending http request to the server, we were able to transmit the brain-data to Hololens.

We then imported open source 3D assets into unity and and created multiple interactive experiences such as breathwork routines and attention activation routines that gently nudge the user to take micro breaks within their MR work streams – before they reach the thresholds for burnout.



  • Designed the UI/UX of the application.
  • Developed the idea into a business pitch with immediate and long-term commercialization potential.
  • Streamlined the product concept to ensure the team has a strong focus on the products goal.
  • Shot and edited a teaser for the product aiding for the business pitch and presentation.