Tan Le’s astonishing new computer interface reads its user’s brainwaves, making it possible to control virtual objects, and even physical electronics, with mere thoughts. Demo from TED [wp_youtube]fVhggGSjXVg?t=6s[/wp_youtube] A myriad of uses for input control.
CNN report on the future of brain controlled devices. In part : “Brain-computer interfaces (BCI) come in two varieties. Noninvasive techniques use electrodes placed on the scalp to measure electrical activity. Invasive procedures implant electrodes directly into the brain. In both cases, the devices interact with a computer to produce a wide variety of applications,Continue reading “The future of brain-controlled devices – CNN.com”