- Headline - (Non-Invasive) Brain–Computer Interface
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SSTattler: This is magic - Brain–Computer Interface converted from medical EEG device to public consumer device. Right now it is usable for e.g. stroke clients specially for Locked-In Syndrome, and the person can type with only with thoughts (and forget the mouse/keyboard!), control wheelchair, play games,... There are approximately 10+ companies try make the thought control device and you can buy it right now. We will concentrate on only one company, Emotiv, but you can look at NeuroSky, MyndPlay, Interactive Productline, Mind Flex, intendiX, ... Hmmm, I will buy it in about 3 years in the future... call me and I will sell you to my very used mouse/keyboard.