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We love all kinds of tech here at Adera Technologies, and this month, the BBC released this video demonstrating their collaborative brainwave-reading headset project, that works with an experimental version of their iPlayer on-demand platform.  They don’t go into detail about which brainwaves the headset reads, or exactly how it does it, but I think we can all agree that wearing that odd-looking headset might be a questionable fashion choice.  Though it does provide a hopeful solution for people with disabilities.

 

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