Skip to comments.New device can distinguish over 500 mental choices by reading brain waves
Posted on 04/04/2010 2:01:54 PM PDT by Nachum
A small system for reading and interpreting the intentions of highly disabled persons who cannot communicate normally has been developed by a team of researchers at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture. The researchers hope to develop a practical model with a price under 100,000 yen within the next few years.
Because specific brain waves strengthen when a person stares at something, senior members of the Hasegawa Ryohei Neurotechnology Research Group developed a system where a person looks at blinking choices on a screen while their brain waves are measured. The choices are displayed as images with text.
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My wife can do way better than this silly machine. She’s not always right, but don’t tell her that.
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