Wearable tech and telekinetics merge in MindRDR in order to take and send photos from Google Glass with only your thoughts.
MindRDR - Brain Machine Interface connected with Google Glass
As exciting as this is:
MindRDR is a new free open source application which bridges the Neurosky EEG biosensor and Google Glass. It allows users to take photos and share them on Twitter and Facebook by simply using brainwaves alone. MindRDR was developed by London-based user experience company This Place.
I can’t fight the thought, that this is the result of an equivalent of the design process of The Homer.
Next step for the uberfuturegizmo: Add a drone with a depth sensor that records a thought controlled 3D image of yourself, which is instantly printed in your own mood-color on a wireless connected 3D-Printer.
[MindRDR] [h/t to Jeroen]
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