Monday, June 15, 2015

The Mind Reading Car of the Future

Freer Logic’s BodyWave technology monitors brain activity via sensors that make contact with your skin. Of course scientists and researchers have been able to do the same thing for years, but it’s required cumbersome headsets until now.

Whether you’re doing calculus, meditating or even sound asleep, that wrinkly lump of tissue perched between your ears is constantly busy. Our brains produce different kinds of waves depending on what we’re doing. During sleep, delta waves tend to dominate, but if you’re engaged in a demanding task beta waves take over. What Freer Logic’s technology can do is measure these waves, parse the data and enable action based solely on what’s going through heads.

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