Companies like NeuroSky Inc., and Emotiv Systems are developing consumer-grade headsets that read the brain’s electrical signals to control onscreen action
The gaming controller of the future won’t have joysticks or buttons; it’ll wrap around your head. A number of companies like San Jose-based NeuroSky are developing affordable, consumer-ready controllers that takes cues from the electrical signals in a wearer’s brain to dictate onscreen action. Here, a concise guide to the new smart technology:
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