Just as all computers and mobile computing devices have an operating system that lies at their core, EyeMynd has developed a “Brain Operating System” (BOS) that allows anyone to interact with their electronic device just by thinking what they want to occur.
The technology might seem like a scene from a futuristic sci-fi movie, but EyeMynd says the future is already here. Here’s how it works according to the company executive summary: The EyeMynd BOS 2014 software can interpret in real-time the brainwave signals flowing from brainwave sensors, then rapidly employ the interpreted brainwave signal stream(s) to direct the action of video-games with high-accuracy.
In plain language, this means avid video gamers can fly a spaceship, build simulated cities, and fight in a virtual war with just their mind. Our physical hands and physical fingers will be replaced with virtual-brainwave hands and virtual-brainwave fingers.
EyeMynd has a strategic license to the patent that includes the brainwave interpreting “Single Trial Signal (STS) Technology” and neural “Event Resolution Imaging (ERI) Technology.” Both of these powerful brain technologies lie at the heart of the new EyeMynd BOS 2014 software.
“Our exciting new STS Technology is the master key that unlocks the door to truly fast and accurate brainwave-video-game control,” says
The company is developing strategic partnerships with various
EyeMynd seeks to establish additional partnerships in
While the extent to which the company’s ambitions and goals will be reached in time for the 2014 holiday season is not clear, the move into
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