Mind Speller Reads Your Mind Based On Brain-Computing Interface Technology

It is possible to read one’s mind. Isn’t this surprising? Yes, it is! With an innovative technology called brain-computing interface, the Mind Speller concept has been introduced. Mind Speller has been developed in partnership with the team of Prof. Marc VAN HULLE. It is a type of headgear that is used by patients affected with stroke or who have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Mind Speller employs 2 different paradigms including P300 as well as Steady State Visually Evoked Potential abbreviated to SSVEP. This diadem is ideal for both paradigms. It is feasible to resize the diadem so as to fit the patient’s head. This system uses the different frequencies of a patient’s brainwaves in connection with an interface of pictures or letters to read the mind. Well, the system even has the capacity to allow a patient with no motor skills to transfer messages. Besides serving its intended purpose, Mind Speller improves the life quality of paralyzed people.

Designers : Nicolas Faes, Michael Vandermergel, Frederik Van Hove, and Dries Willems

Mind Speller

Mind Speller

Mind Speller

Mind Speller

Mind Speller

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4 thoughts on “Mind Speller Reads Your Mind Based On Brain-Computing Interface Technology

  1. Apps for:
    Intelligence gathering
    Data mining
    planning
    Marketting
    controlling robotics from distance.
    or UAV planes.
    automated factory plants??
    much use.

  2. Yo, russell, you forgot controlling 10-foot-tall blue alien bodies!
    Wouldn't you have to concentrate on whatever you're trying to do with this thingy. Imagine using this thing to remotely control a surgical robot, trying carefully not to sever an blood vessel. And then you remember a funny movie you saw 2 days ago! Oops!
    If by intellegence gathering, you mean putting this gizmo on someone and reading their minds during an interrogation, or (if you want to get sinister) modify this thing to read the minds of others? Either method is rather unethical.

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