Posts Tagged ‘mind control’
World’s First Brain-To-Brain Connection
Researchers at Harvard Medical School in Boston have established a non-invasive, brain-to-brain interface (BBI) that allowed human participants to move a rat’s tail with their thoughts via EEG and focused ultrasound signals.
The field of neuroprosthetics has given a great deal of hope to those who had lost the hope of using their bodies normally ever again.
In an amazing presentation, Brazilian scientist Dr. Miguel Nicolelis outlines the evolution of brainwave translation using a brain computer interface.
Measure your brainwaves. Send them to your computer, smartphone or tablet. Strengthen your mind.
That’s what the new brain-sensing headband ‘Muse’ promises to bring to the world by mid-2013. Muse is the literal brainchild of Canadian company Interaxon, who sports over a decades worth of research in the realm of brain to computer interfaces. The team firmly believes that brainwave recognition technology will soon reshape the way we interact with our gadgets, and each other.