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Google Glass as a Neural Interface

Discussion in 'Genetic | BioTech | BioMedical' started by A.V.Ramani, Jul 25, 2014.

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    Google Glass may be just the interface that paralyzed people need to neuro-control medical devices—if research out of Kennesaw State University’s BrainLab is any indication.
    Glass users normally use touch, wink or voice commands to control the view screen projected on the glasses-like wearable device. But the researchers at the Georgia university, led by BrainLab director Adriane Randolph, now have a working prototype that allows a person to control Glass through brain signals picked up through an electroencephalography (EEG) cap, according to a paper Randolph recently posted on ResearchGate.
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    http://www.qmed.com/mpmn/medtechpulse/google-glass-neural-interface?cid=nl.qmed01
     
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