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Saturday, April 07, 2018

Brain Computer Interfaces

Could these  methods be used beyond the hands-free enhancement?   Could they be used to replace or enhance human interaction when mentally disabled?   Presented on the site as technical augmentation, for computing platforms, but why not more generally?   The ultimate kind of augmented reality.

Extensive details at the Neurable site.

"...Neurable builds brain-computer interfaces for next-generation computing platforms ...

Imagine your mind in mixed reality. ... 

Neurable’s vision is to create a world without limitations. Our revolutionary brain-computer interface allows people to control software and devices using only their brain activity.

Immersive computing requires a new approach to human-computer interaction. Neurable designs software and solutions that function as a natural extension of our brains, creating new possibilities for human empowerment.

Our approach is science-driven and cross disciplinary, incorporating elements of neuroscience, biology, statistics, machine learning and design to create the ultimate user interface. With Neurable, mixed reality can finally achieve its full potential.  ...."

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