Neurable’s Brain Interface to Enable Hands-Free Control of AR and VR

Published by , December 25, 2016 10:03 pm

(Electronics360) Neurable is developing a brain-computer interface that interprets intent based on brain activity, enabling real-time control of software and connected devices using the mind. The company is developing a software development kit (SDK) to allow integration of the technology into virtual and AR content and headsets.
The SDK would allow developers to create hands-free control over objects and AR without the use of eye tracking or voice commands. Users can control menus and options in AR displays, or create magic and cast spells in virtual reality (VR) games without a controller. The technology uses dry-electrode sensors to record brain activity and is wireless to avoid impairing users’ movement, Neurable says.

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