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Look, no hands! G.tec uses brain interface to tweet

Guger Technologies' intendiX brain-computer interface lets you type messages simply by staring at letters on a screen

  • By staring at letters on a screen, persons suffering from "locked-in syndrome" can type messages one character at a time using Guger Technologies' intendiX brain-computer interface

  • Guger Technologies' intendiX brain-computer interface detects P300 brainwaves using a skullcap fitted with wet electrodes, amplifies the signals and passes them to a PC over a BlueTooth interface for analysis.

  • By staring at letters on a screen, persons suffering from "locked-in syndrome" can type messages one character at a time using Guger Technologies' intendiX brain-computer interface

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