Intendix hits the market

Intendix is touted to be the first patient-ready and commercially available brain computer interface in the world, debuting at CeBIT 2010. The Intendix system from Guger Technologies relies on a dorky-looking EEG cap which is used to measure brain activity, letting you type with nothing but thought power. It takes around 10 minutes of training before you are able to use it with aplomb, and will definitely come in handy for those who are suffering from locked-in syndrome or other disabilities. The Intendix system retails for €9,000 a pop.


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