This is where the staff of the Reeve Foundation is sharing up-to-the-minute information and putting some context around the news affecting the spinal cord injury and paralysis community. Not to mention insight into what's going on here at the Foundation.
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Here is something we ran across, that is in a very early stage, but worth keeping an eye on -- Muse. Their promotional material says:
Imagine being able to have the lights in your home automatically adjust to enhance or counter your mood. What about using your mind to pour yourself a beer (yup, we’ve actually done that). Or what about having a BCI that can detect and alert you that your mind is too exhausted to retain what your reading.
Muse is a light-weight, wireless headband with 4 built-in brainwave sensors based on EEG technology used in the medical community since the early 1920s. These sensors detect the levels, combinations and proportions of the five key types of brainwaves to reflect your most intrinsic state of mind. Knowing where your brainwaves are and shifting them into the zone you want, increases your brain’s flexibility and resilience—helping you in everyday life.
Check it out
In the past we funded a device that allows a person to control a power wheelchair with his tongue
Here is the latest on the tongue drive