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
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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.
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (REUTERS) – South Korean researchers have developed a machine that could read the minds of the disabled and transform their lives.
CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, UK (REUTERS) – A new prototype surgical device – called Chimaera – aims to put wireless pain management into patients’ hands.
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.
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.