Your new computer mouse may be your brain

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Software engineering students at an Israeli university (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) have developed a helmet equipped with 14 EEG connect points that translate brain activity into keyboarding or mouse motion. In a demonstration of the system, a student created and sent an email using only thought and the hardware. Pointer to the future: the immediate market for this is the physically disabled, but if successful (and if it can be miniaturized) other hands-free uses are possible. Thought-controlled, hands-free computer, outside of lab setting, created (Stone Hearth Newsletters)