Wall Street Journal
One of the most (no pun intended) thought-provoking presentations at the recent LeWeb conference in Paris was that by Ariel Garten, CEO of Toronto-based Interaxon.
Her company is a world-leader in thought-controlled computing. This is the stuff of the future.
With a single, and relatively discreet, sensor attached to her forehead, delegates at the Paris-based event could tell if the 31-year-old Canadian was either relaxed, or concentrating. The sensor detects her brain’s alpha and beta waves and Interaxon software interprets the signals.