Rehabilitation Possibilities for Patients with severe Disabilities with the Help of BCI Technology

Source: medgadget.com

As the power technology grows alongside the abilities of human brain, humans are inching closer to being able to control one’s environment through thoughts. Transmitting signals to someone’s brain directly enabling them to see, hear, or feel specific sensory inputs had been in the realm of science fiction until recently. However, the latest advances in technology have made this possible in real. Brain computer interface (BCI) is thus developed to help severely disabled people effectively communicate information, operate their assistive devices with external help, and manipulate objects.

 

Read more here: http://www.medgadget.com/2016/09/brain-computer-interface-market-bci-technology-expected-to-facilitate-rehabilitating-patients-with-severe-disabilities.html

Special Issue of Proceedings of the IEEE on Human-Brain Computer Interfacing (HBI)

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To date, most brain-computer interface (BCI) demonstrations have occurred in animals or healthy human users, but there are an increasing number of studies showing that BCI systems can also be used by people with disabilities. The latest issue of Proceedings of the IEEE, the most highly cited general interest journal in electrical engineering and computer science, looks at the growing and diversifying research in this area, including some real-life examples.

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Global BCI Market Analysis

Source: industrytoday.co.uk

The discovery of brain waves by physician and neurologist Dr. Hans Berger in the early twentieth century opened a new world in neuroscience that made physicians realize the nature of thought transmission in the form of condensed electrical impulses known as brain waves. With the advancement of computers the ability to interpret and record the brain activities has increased significantly. Brain computer interface (BCI) enables a neurologist to record, monitor and translate the brain waves of a patient into recordable data interpretations of the state of the mind.

Read more here: http://www.industrytoday.co.uk/market-research-industry-today/global–brain-computer-interface-bci-market-analysis-growth-trends-and-forecast-2015—2023transparency-market-research/40373

Excellent Reviews for NeuroSync

Source: prnewswire.com

Mind Solutions, Inc. (OTC – VOIS), has received excellent reviews from the sales of NeuroSync – the world’s smallest Brain-Computer-Interface! The BCI device is now being sold through three online platforms, including www.Amazon.com , www.TheNeuroSync.com and www.MindSolutionsCorp.com. Positive reviews and testimonials are posted throughout the internet on sites such as www.YouTube.com.

 

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Global Neuroprosthetics Market: High Growth Rated expected in Asia

Source: medgadget.com

Central nervous system comprises brain and spinal cord, and is responsible for integration of sensory information. Brain is the largest and one of the most complex organs in the human body. It is made up of 100 billion nerves that communicate with 100 trillion synapses.

 

Read more here: http://www.medgadget.com/2015/09/global-neuroprosthetics-market-asia-is-expected-to-display-a-high-growth-rate-by-2015-2021.html

ThynkWare Envision – Brainwave-reading Glasses can be pre-ordered now

Source: pr.com

ThynkWare Innovation, a brain-computer-interface company in Mountain View, California, began allowing consumers to place pre-orders for its new wearable device called ThynkWare Envision.

The brainwave-reading glasses, according to the corporate website, is a set of augmented-reality glasses that allows users to control a variety of electronics by reading EEG signals from the users head from an array of sensors located on the frame of the glasses. The glasses allow users to an augmented reality visual feedback through the lenses of the wearable allowing users to interact with social media, send messages to other people, and control other devices such as the TV and smartphone.

Read more here: http://www.pr.com/press-release/636030

ThynkWare Innovation – about Future and Potential of Consumer Brainwave Technology for global Markets

Source: virtual-strategy.com

A new mind-controlled robot from ThynkWare Innovation, released on the popular Kickstarter website, shows the global consumer electronics market how the emergence the consumer controlled brainwave technology will provide for future technology capabilities.

ThynkWare Innovation, a brain-computer-interface company in Mountain View, California, released a mind-controlled robot software called ThynkBot, which allows consumers control a small Bluetooth robot with the power of thought. The software, according to the Kickstarter campaign, communicates with an EEG headset that reads brainwave patterns from the user and translates the signals into commands that control the movement of the robot.

Read more here: http://www.virtual-strategy.com/2015/09/03/mind-controlled-robot-thynkware-innovation-reveals-future-and-potential-consumer-brainwav#HLRgv4JVvAGIId1a.99

$6 million grant for biomedical research

Source: presszoom.com

An engineering professor at the University of Rhode Island has been awarded a $6 million grant from the National Science Foundation to lead an interdisciplinary consortium of scientists to create brain imaging and modulation technologies that will provide insight into how the nervous system functions in health and disease.

Walt Besio, URI associate professor of biomedical engineering, and colleagues from institutions in Kentucky and Oklahoma will collaborate on the development of innovative tools to image, sense and record brain function and deliver stimuli to the brain to treat neurological diseases like epilepsy, stroke and Parkinson’s disease.

 

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ThynkWare Innovation invited to SoCalMaker Convention for 2015

Source: virtual-strategy.com

ThynkWare Innovation, a brain-computer-interface company in Mountain View, was invited by event managers from the SoCal Maker Convention to celebrate innovative technologies like ThynkBot and other ThynkWare Innovation products this week.

The SoCalMaker Convention for 2015 is scheduled for November 7 and reached thousands of people who have attended the event to find surprising application of emerging technologies and to become early adopters of the products.

Read more here: http://www.virtual-strategy.com/2015/08/27/socal-maker-convention-invites-thynkware-innovation-participate-technology-exhibit-event