Live Demo of ThynkWare’s ThynkBot at Crowdfunding Meetup

Source: benzinga.com

ThynkWare Innovation, a brain-computer-interface company in Mountain View, demonstrated a new thought-controlled robot before a room full of onlookers at the Silicon Valley Crowdfunding Network meetup held in Milpitas, California on Thursday of last week. The meetup held a special “inventor’s” segment where select companies were allowed to present their Kickstarter or Indiegogo crowdfunding campaigns.

 

Read more here: http://www.benzinga.com/pressreleases/15/08/r5784983/thynkware-innovation-performs-a-live-demo-of-thynkbot-at-crowdfunding-m

Canterbury student to present World-leading Brain Research at international Conference

Source: scoop.co.nz

A University of Canterbury (UC) PhD student will present world-leading research in lapse/microsleep detection at an international conference in Italy this month. This research using advanced signal processing and artificial intelligence has the potential to save lives.

Sudhanshu Ayyagari, a PhD student in the Neural Engineering Research Group in UC’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is trialling a new technology that uses a passive brain-computer interface device named Elapse to acquire real-time electroencephalographic (EEG) signals from the brain to detect precursory cues to allow detection and prediction of the occurrence of microsleeps in real time.

 

Read more here: http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/ED1508/S00093/canterbury-student-to-present-brain-research-in-italy.htm

Impact of Sensory Tracking Technology in Consumer Electronics

Source: prnewswire.com

The Technical Insights Division of Frost & Sullivan evaluated Sensory Tracking Technologies in Key Consumer Electronics Applications, and identified key technologies that will impact different application sectors in the near, medium, and longer terms.
Sensing technologies are increasingly impacting consumer electronics, driven by the increasing trend toward connectivity among individuals and devices. This phenomenon is contributing to a proliferation of information enabled by less expensive, low-power, smaller, more ubiquitous sensors that can be embedded in a plethora of devices or applications and readily send data to the Internet. Consumer electronics devices are defined as those purchased by consumers for personal use, such as mobile phones, laptops, television remote controls, gaming controls, excluding home appliances.

 

Read more here: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/impact-of-sensory-tracking-technology-in-consumer-electronics-sector-technical-insights-300116254.html

Neurosync – Mind Solutions, Inc., launches the World’s smallest BCI

Source: prnewswire.com

SAN DIEGO, July 15th, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Mind Solutions, Inc. (OTC – VOIS), announces the launch of NeuroSync, the world’s smallest Brain-Computer-Interface (BCI)! Pre-order sales to the general public have now been made available through the Company’s website at www.MindSolutionsCorp.com, with the product expected for delivery at the end of this month. NeuroSync, which retails for $129 utilizes a single dry sensor that receives electrical signals produced by the brain to control actions on your smart phone or computer all through the power of your mind! NeuroSync is worn on the ear like a Bluetooth cellular device and receives electrical impulses through the ear canal.

 

Read more here: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/product-launch-neurosync—the-worlds-smallest-brain-computer-interface-300113433.html

Mind Solutions signs Marketing Agreement for Product Launch of Neurosync

Source: journaltranscript.com

Mind Solutions Inc (OTCMKTS:VOIS) is pleased to announce that it has signed a marketing agreement for the product launch of Neurosync — the smallest brain-computer interface device. As per the reports, it has signed a marketing agreement with a Top 10 Inc. 500 Marketing company, which will take care of all the online sales activities of Neurosync.

 

Read more here: http://www.journaltranscript.com/2015/07/mind-solutions-inc-otcmktsvois-signs-marketing-agreement-for-product-launch-of-the-smallest-brain-computer-interface/

Mentally controlled Robot developed by European Researchers

Source: fiercemedicaldevices.com

A team of engineers from Switzerland’s Defitech Foundation Chair in Brain-Machine Interface have developed a robot that is controlled from afar via mental commands.

Using an electrode-studded hat, 19 subjects, including 9 with motor disabilities, were able to navigate the robot through a Swiss laboratory by transmitting mental instructions over the Internet via a brain-computer interface, demonstrating the power of the “Internet of things.”

 

Read more here: http://www.fiercemedicaldevices.com/story/european-researchers-develop-thought-controlled-robot/2015-06-26

BCI to improve interaction with technology through emotion recognition

Source: openpr.com

In the EMOIO project launched at the beginning of the year, Fraunhofer IAO is working with partners from research and industry to study how they might record and classify the emotional experiences that take place when a human being interacts with a technical product. The goal is to develop emotion-sensitive assistance systems that adapt to the mood and personal needs of users.

 

Read more here: http://www.openpr.com/news/310461/Technology-that-feels-good.html?SID=120d0607c5fab65cda9fb9ade983f1ad

The latest Report on the global BCI Industry

Source: whatech.com

Research Beam adds a report titled “Global Brain Computer Interface Industry 2013 – 2020 that provides detailed information of the Brain computer interface. The report is an excellent piece of study for investors who are looking towards the market.

 

Read more here: http://www.whatech.com/market-research-reports/press-release/consumer/62381-latest-report-on-global-brain-computer-interface-industry-size-share-market-trends-growth-report-2013-2020-just-published

Distribution Agreement between Mind Solutions and Amazon

Source: Reuters

Mind Solutions, Inc. (OTC – VOIS), announces the signing of a Master Distribution Agreement for retail sales of the Company’s BCI (Brain-Computer-Interface), on Amazon. com throughout the United States and India. The Agreement provides for marketing and distribution of the world’s smallest BCI, “NeuroSync”.

Read more here: http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/04/30/mind-solutions-amazon-idUSnPn93nsW3+82+PRN20150430