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InteraXon: Thought Controlled Computing

Last summer I interned for a few months at a thought controlled computing company called InteraXon.  The way their system works is the user will put on a headset that has electrodes to measure the brainwaves you naturally emit when in a focused or relaxed state (aka your alpha and beta waves).  These readings get […]

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Neurotransmission Interface

When I think of a clever device, I think of a device that uses intuition, a device that doesn’t do what you say, but does what you think, even predicting your next task. In class, I mentioned a company called Cyberdyne, responsible for Hybrid Assistive Limbs (see below) which uses bioelectrical sensory off the surface […]

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