Tuesday, December 07, 2004

'Brainwave' cap controls computer

BBC NEWS | Technology | 'Brainwave' cap controls computer

This is a helluva lot cooler than a crappy ole tin-foil hat, I reckon.

"Four people, two of them partly paralysed wheelchair users, successfully moved a computer cursor while wearing a cap with 64 electrodes."

And, of course, the most important application:

"Earlier this year, a team at the MIT Media Labs Europe demonstrated a wireless cap which read brain waves to control a computer game character."

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