Emotiv's Mind-Reading Headset

A Bay Area start-up is creating a technology straight out of science fiction
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Moving objects and controlling computers with nothing more than a thought has long been the purview of science-fiction. With an inexpensive, lightweight headset, Emotiv hopes to make that notion a reality for everybody.

Last updated: Dec 18, 2008

DAVID H. FREEDMAN

A Boston-based contributing editor, Freedman is the co-author of A Perfect Mess, which examines the useful role of disorder in daily life, business, and science.




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