World’s first brain-computer VR interface allows users to control VR with their minds
Neurable has built the first brain-computer interface that allows VR users to use their thoughts as a controller in virtual environments.
The prototype is attached to the back of a HTC Vive headset and is capable of reading a user’s brain signals. The thoughts have to relate to specific actions relating to the virtual activity being undertaken, which are then interpreted by the interface to trigger actions.
In a blog post, Neurable vice president Michael Thompson, explains: “This tech is already...