A new app aims to kickstart a more seamless way of interacting with Google Glass, Tech Crunch reports. MindRDR links with Google Glass with a biosensor—which is mounted on the user’s head—to create a “communication loop.” The biosensor picks up on brainwaves that correlate to the user’s ability to focus. Then, those brainwaves are translated to a meter reading that “gets superimposed on the camera view in Google Glass. As you ‘focus’ more with your mind, the meter goes up, and the app takes a photograph of what you are seeing in front of you,” the report states. The technology may be used to train people to concentrate better or for medical applications for users with mobility problems, among other uses.
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