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Par Rémi Sussan le 03/04/08 | 3 commentaires | 6,407 lectures | Impression Les premières interfaces cerveau-machine pour joueurs devraient arriver sur le marché cette année. On commence à en savoir un peu plus sur les technologies employées par les casques Emotiv et Neurosky , que nous avons déjà évoqués dans nos colonnes.
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Developed in 24 hours only, ‘Good Times’, a brain-controlled application connects to the Necomimi brainwave cat ears and blocks phone calls when the user is busy at work or a conversation. Developed by Ruggero Scorcioni, the application won the 1st prize ($US 30,000) at Hackathon, hosted by AT&T and Ericsson in conjunction with the AT&T Developer Summit, which usually happens just before the start of the International CES in Las Vegas.
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Human consciousness is actually wireless communication between the cells of your brain, according to a professor of molecular genetics at the University of Surrey in Great Britain.
"My mind is occupied. Please call back later."
Posted: Mon, February 18, 2013 | By: Eric Schulke Alpha thinkers are creatives, innovators, pioneers.
Can science explain consciousness? How has consciousness evolved? Are all creatures conscious? Is reality all in the mind?
A mind reading machine has edged closer to reality after scientists found a way of converting thoughts into words. Researchers were able to render brain signals into speech for the first time, relying on sensors attached to the brain surface. The breakthrough, which is up to 90 percent accurate, will be a boon for paralysed patients who cannot speak and could help read anyone’s thoughts ultimately, reports the Telegraph. “We were beside ourselves with excitement when it started working,” said Prof Bradley Greger, bioengineer at the Utah University who led the project. “It was just one of the moments when everything came together. “We have been able to decode spoken words using only signals from the brain with a device that has promise for long-term use in paralysed patients who cannot speak.
Muse Muse, a lightweight, wireless headband, can engage with computers, iPads and smartphones.
Technique uses a freely available headset often used to control games Researchers used it to watch for numbers a person recognised, which triggered a spike in a certain type of brain activity Say it could be used by police to interrogate suspects
Chalk this up to super-creepy: scientists have discovered a way to mind-read personal secrets , such as bank PIN numbers and personal associations, using a cheap headset.