Samsung shows off tablets controlled by the brain
| by tech2 News Staff |
Samsung may be better known these days for its TVs and smartphones, but the company is a major R&D player in software and hardware markets. A recent investment of $1.1 billion in Silicon Valley is just one example of the place R&D has within Samsung.
A brain-controlled interface being tested
Of course, work in this field is still nascent and Samsung has no intentions of bringing to market a smartphone or tablet that can be controlled by your brains. At this early stage, the process involves a cap studded with EEG-monitoring electrodes and it only serves to show how a brain-computer interface could possibly come to aid of people with mobility issues and complete tasks that other people may find pedestrian but would be impossible for them to carry out.
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