Intendix Brain-Computer Interface goes commercial

from Singularity Hub:

The world’s first patient-ready and commercially available brain computer interface just arrived at CeBIT 2010.

The Intendix from Guger Technologies (g*tec) is a system that uses an EEG cap to measure brain activity in order to let you type with your thoughts.

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3 responses to “Intendix Brain-Computer Interface goes commercial

  1. I want one! maybe two (if the first one fails)

  2. Pingback: Intendix Brain-Computer Interface goes commercial | Technoccult

  3. Probably fails to deliver. I can’t imagine me mentally “spelling” my thoughts out.

    Rather, a complex mapping of thoughts to EEG patterns to computer activity needs to be done.

    But definitely a first step.

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