Tag Archives: Neurotechnology

17Aug/20

Neurotechnology Introduces BrainAccess Development Kit for Brain-Computer Interface Applications

Neurotechnology today announced the launch of the BrainAccess Development Kit. The kit offers a full dry-contact electroencephalography (EEG) solution including the electrodes, headware, electroencephalograph, EEG signal acquisition and processing software and brain-computer interface (BCI) example algorithms. The BrainAccess Development Kit can be used to develop applications where a person controls a computer or other device through activities such as eye movements, visual focus, relaxation state or other subtle changes that can be detected in the user’s EEG signal patterns. Read more

06Jul/17

Hackers may be able to predict passwords through brainwaves, according to study

A new study shows hackers could learn your passwords by using algorithms to learn the patterns of brainwaves through the use of EEG headsets. Continue reading

24Nov/15

Wearable tech to decode sign language

Biomedical engineers are developing a wearable technology capable of sensing the muscle movements used during sign language and translating them into English speech. Continue reading

25Oct/15

Scientist eats, drinks and paints simultaneously

LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (REUTERS) – Sabine Dzienmian (PRON. Sabeen-A Jem-Yian) may well be the first person in the world to eat a croissant and drink coffee while simultaneously painting a picture.
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20Sep/15

Scientists use brainwaves to help disabled gain mobility

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (REUTERS) – South Korean researchers have developed a machine that could read the minds of the disabled and transform their lives.
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20Jul/15

Chimaera device paves way for wireless pain relief

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, UK (REUTERS) – A new prototype surgical device – called Chimaera – aims to put wireless pain management into patients’ hands.
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27Apr/15

Pilots fly drones using mind over matter

PORTO ALTO / LISBON, PORTUGAL (REUTERS / BRAINFLIGHT PROJECT) – An impressive example of mind control – a drone in the air, flown using the power of human thought.
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25Mar/15

Smartphone use changing our brain and thumb interaction, say researchers

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND / LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (REUTERS) – Constant smartphone typing has become part of our daily lives.

And it’s changing our brains, say European researchers.
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