As promised earlier this year, Neurable has introduced limited beta of a Unity-compatible software developer’s kit (SDK) for its brain control interface (BCI) for augmented and virtual reality.

The startup, birthed at the University of Michigan, takes a machine learning platform to interpret user commands from their brain activity. This gives developers the option to replace point-and-click and hand-gestures interfaces with brain control for scrolling menus, selecting items, launching applications, interacting with content, and entering text.

“The benefits of a BCI in mixed reality are many… more


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