Neuro Wear's Necomini ears, which read your brainwaves and display your emotions, ruled San Diego Comic-Con this year, with huge crowds of people donning the $100 gizmos. Now the company is moving from heads to tails, with a matching kitten tail that knows when to wag.
Emotiv has been polishing its brain-interfacing video game console for years. In less than a month it will hit the stores, giving consumers the opportunity to play mind-controlled games from the comfort of their own homes.
Researchers at the University of South Florida have developed a wheelchair robo-arm that can read brain waves and react accordingly. Naturally, this could change the lives of individuals with debilitating syndromes and spinal injuries.