Neural Activity

A neuro-headset which interprets the interaction of neurons in the brain will go on sale later this year.

"It picks up electrical activity from the brain and sends wireless signals to a computer," said Tan Le, president of US/Australian firm Emotiv. "It allows the user to manipulate a game or virtual environment naturally and intuitively."

...The headset implements a technology known as non-invasive electroencephalography (EEG) to read the neural activity.

-- From "Brain Control Headset for Gamers," by Darren Waters, Technology Editor, BBC News

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