We often check news from the research community and think “we can build it.” But the latest Brain-computer interface The international team, including Georgia Institute of Technology, actually scared us. It uses a series of fine needles to penetrate the skin, but it is still too small for your nerves to detect. right. We assume that they need to be sterile, but either way, we don’t want to build a pin grid array to connect to your brain.
The soft-looking device is comfortable because it is so lightweight that if the user blinks or moves in other ways, it will not be affected by noise. Looking at the pictures of the electrodes, they look very sharp, but we assume it is magnified many times because the post mentions that they are invisible to the naked eye.
Through the use of machine learning, people can control virtual reality tasks with high precision—about 93%. Controlling things through brain waves is nothing new, but the challenge has always been to find a simple and powerful way to read brain waves. Obviously, this kind of technology can indeed help adaptive technology in situations where the use of traditional control methods is not feasible.
We have seen brain controls used to drive cars. We even saw Arduino participating.