Within the coming months, software startup Neurable plans to introduce the next paradigm in virtual and augmented reality: the brain–computer interface (BCI).

A BCI interprets brain signals so that devices can understand user intention from predefined selections. Relying on subconscious brain activity, users can control devices with their thoughts alone.

While the technology itself has been around for about 40 years, most companies working with BCI technology utilize meditation and concentration-based interaction methods. This approach takes up to a minute for software to understand the… more


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