Wow, after a very long break I’m happy to announce that Neurowear’s Necomimi will finally be arriving in Europe and the UK.
Hopefully they will be available to UK stores in the next couple of weeks, so watch this space…. more importantly if you are looking to buy brainwave / mind-controlled toys such as the Mattel Mindflex, Neurowear’s Necomimi, Continue reading →
I’ve come across a fair bit of scepticism about NeuroSky, it’s associated products and whether or not they actually work as intended.
The video below is a review of the Mindflex by 3 neuroscientists, from their preliminary testing they seem impressed by the device and try several different methods to trick the Mindflex into working without any success. I think the video below is pretty good proof that the Mindflex toy and it’s neuroheadset does provide neurofeedback using EEG. Continue reading →
Thought it was about time I gave you an update with where we are regarding the sale of the various neuro-headsets and mind-controlled products. Official contact with NeuroSky has been made and as of this moment, I am writing to them to apply for partnership with the aim of gaining distribution rights.
If all goes well with finger crossed we hope to open up shop in the spring, This will hopefully coincide with Neurowear’s launch of their Necomimi product, which is also in the spring. As it is NeuroSky who owns the technology rights to Neurowear’s hardware it is them who deals with the distribution rights.
And so with this latest communication we hope to establish distribution rights for not just the obvious NeuroSky products, such as the Mindwave and Mindset headsets but also the Mattel Mindflex and Mindflex Duel, the Star Wars Force Trainer, Neurowear’s Necomimi and any other consumer products that contain NeuroSkys’ thinkgear chips or hardware.
Students from a top US university have developed a mind controlled flying robot. The robot is one of several innovative projects amongst others to come from Maryland University.
The video in the link below shows the robotics research students latest creation at Maryland’s Robotics Day. Controlled by mind waves using NeuroSky’s Mindset headset, the robot hovers around the room using 4 miniature horizontal propellers.