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2010-12-31 00:01:00

Brain-Computer Interfacing takes the next step as a community driven, online personal growth media service utilizing the NeuroSky® MindSet interface. Mill Valley, CA (PRWEB) December 29, 2010 Zen master's kyosaku starting to leave a bruise? Perhaps the sensuous bubbles and tingles of IMAGERCISEâ“ž¢ are just the encouragement one needs. Combining the variety of an online community media repository with the brainwave-savvy intuition of the NeuroSky®...

2010-12-20 18:33:00

TOKYO and SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 20, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- B-Bridge International proudly unveils the first brainwave athletic trainer. Powered by NeuroSky, the leader in mass-market Brain-Computer Interface technology, the BrainAthlete system is the first sports training unit available for general consumers to track an athlete's level of concentration, helping them find their "zone." Engineered into a standard golf visor, three non-invasive contact points in the headband monitor the EEG...

2009-07-13 06:00:00

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Uncle Milton Industries, a leading manufacturer of science and nature exploration toys, and NeuroSky, Inc., the leader in Consumer Brain-Computer Interface technologies, announce an exclusive partnership to develop science toys and games utilizing NeuroSky's ThinkGear(TM) technology. The first product of this partnership, the STAR WARS Force Trainer, was introduced to the market earlier this year at Toy Fair and will be available to consumers...

2009-03-26 08:01:00

SAN JOSE, Calif., March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- NeuroSky, Inc., a bio-sensor technology company in Silicon Valley, announces today the launching of the MindSet(TM), a brainwave-reading (EEG) and mental state translational technology for a wireless Bluetooth(R) headset that operates with most personal computer (PC) products. With two earlier toy companies announcing products in January, 2009, the Mattel Mindflex(TM) and the Uncle Milton Force Trainer(TM) (under a Lucas Licensing deal), both...

2009-01-07 15:50:00

A California toymaker says a new Star Wars toy that harnesses a user's brainwaves to emulate The Force is due in stores this fall. Uncle Milton Industries said The Force Trainer, which uses brain wave technology developed by NeuroSky, allows players to use their brainwaves to move a sphere within a 10-inch-tall tower, USA Today reported Wednesday. When you concentrate, it activates the training remote, said Frank Adler, an executive vice president with Uncle Milton Industries. There is a flow...

2008-02-20 16:40:00

A new neuro-headset that reads the electrical impulses of brain neurons will be brought to market later this year.   The new device will allow gamers virtual interaction via thoughts and emotions."It picks up electrical activity from the brain and sends wireless signals to a computer,"  Tan Le, president of Emotiv, told BBC News."It allows the user to manipulate a game or virtual environment naturally and intuitively," she said.The company said the headset, called the Epoc, is...

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