Unofficial Google Glass app provides thought control
July 10 , 2014
It gives a whole new meaning to the power of thinking.
A new software when used in combination with Google Glass and an electroencephalography headset makes it possible to control the smart glasses using brainwaves.
The app, called MindRDR software — released by a British start-up This Place — is not supported by Google and won’t be available in any Glass app store.
The software, which This Place has released for free, reportedly monitors the high levels of concentration of a wearer.