Control your environment through brain commands

Envisioning the future of healthcare through wearable technology

 

Many patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and other neurodegenerative conditions live every day with a frustrating inability to do small, everyday tasks, such as turning on the lights, changing the volume on the TV, or even communicating with their friends and loved ones.

 

Today, a first-ever proof of concept demonstrates how wearable technology and consumer products can be brought together with digital innovations to let a person with no mobility control their environment using brain commands, via a custom-built tablet application and wearable display interface.

 

This proof of concept demonstrates the potential to improve the quality oflife for ALS patients – or any person with limited muscle and speech function– by giving them the ability to interact, communicate and issue commands without moving their body or using their voice.

 

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A simulation of a user's view of the navigation interface through a wearable device.

A simulation of a user’s view of the navigation interface through a wearable device.
A simulation of a user’s view of the navigation interface through a wearable device.

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