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Airlines Don’t Need ‘Happiness Blankets’ to Tell When Passengers Are Miserable

When I read about British Airways’ new high-tech blanket, called “the “happiness blanket,” my first thought was that it had to be a joke. A blanket that analyzes the “meditative state” of premium cabin fliers? What a waste of money. But it’s not a joke. According to Businessweek, “The wool ‘happiness blanket’ is embedded with tiny fiber optic LEDs that change color based on brainwaves transmitted via Bluetooth from a band worn on a passenger’s head.” See also: Crew Life, Mile-High Selfies and Our Lasting Obsession With Flight Attendants Let me stop right here and just say: seriously? We’re putting headbands on first class passengers? I don’t think so. Why not just invest in mood rings? Seems simpler. Much less expensive. Easier to wear. I owned one when I was a girl — loved it! But in a 1976 Peanuts comic strip, Peppermint Patty became so angry at Charlie Brown her mood ring exploded. Now there’s a visual I don’t want to see on an airplane. Read more…More about British Airways, Lifestyle, Travel Leisure, Work Play, and Happiness Blanket

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Airlines Don’t Need ‘Happiness Blankets’ to Tell When Passengers Are Miserable

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