Controlling Google GLASS With Your Brain?

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Google GLASS is already a pretty fun device to use. But wouldn’t it be nice if you could control it using your brain in certain situations? Thanks to London-based start-up This Place, you now have a way to do this. The MindRDR software is an open source application that bridges the Neurosky EEG biosensor and Google Glass. You will be able to take photos and share them on your favorite social networking site using brainwaves.

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MindRDR provides visual feedback to users, so they will know how close they are to making a decision. It is nice to share photos on Facebook with this, but its applications in the medical industry are even more exciting. In the future, we will be able to interact with digital devices only by thinking about them. Now that’s exciting.

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