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Brain-Sensing Wearable Delivers Real-Time Device Control with Just Your Thoughts

Brain-Sensing Wearable Delivers Real-Time Device Control with Just Your Thoughts

The product captures data from electrical signals created by the user's neuron activity in the visual cortex.

By Business Wire01.17.20
Sid Kouider, founder and CEO of NextMind, a fast-growing neurotechnology startup, has unveiled the world's first brain-sensing wearable that delivers real-time device control using just a person's thoughts. This groundbreaking technology is a first-of-its-kind, noninvasive, brain-computer interface that translates brain signals instantly from the user's visual cortex into digital commands for any device in real time.
 
"This technology breakthrough represents the next frontier of human-computer interaction and we are truly humbled to be here today introducing NextMind to the world," said Kouider. "For those who have said it would never be possible with noninvasive technology to communicate intent and implement actions directly from our brain to the world around us, it's time to believe—because this is real, and the possibilities are truly endless."
 
The small, light-weight, round device fits into the back of a cap or headband, and rests gently on the user's head. It captures data from the electrical signals created by the user's neuron activity in the visual cortex, and using machine learning algorithms, transforms that output into communication that enables easier interaction and control with a computer, AR/VR headset or any device within the Internet of Things.
 
According to Kouider, a limited number of NextMind Development Kits will ship during the first half of 2020. A Dev Kit pre-order announcement is anticipated this month. 

NextMind is a tech startup that has developed a first-of-its-kind, brain-sensing wearable that delivers real-time device control using just a person's thoughts. NextMind's groundbreaking technology, based on proven scientific research conducted over the past 20 years, translates brain signals from the visual cortex into digital commands in real time, enabling easier interaction and control of computers, AR/VR headsets or any device. 
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