iBrain reads brainwave activity and transmits it wirelessly back to a computer
Professor Stephen Hawking (Photo Credit: NASA/Paul Alers)
Dr Low wearing the iBrain device
Tech startup Neurovigil announced last April that Stephen Hawking was testing the potential of its iBrain device to allow the astrophysicist to communicate through brainwaves alone. Next week Professor Hawking and iBrain inventor, Dr Philip Low from Stanford University, present their findings at the Francis Crick Memorial Conference in Cambridge, England. In anticipation, Gizmag spoke to Dr Low about the potential applications of the iBrain.
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