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Neuroscientists use electrical brain stimulation to help blind see | KurzweilAI

Neuroscientists use electrical brain stimulation to help blind see | KurzweilAI | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Neuroscientists in the Texas Medical Center believe that there may be a way to use mental images to help some of the estimated 39 million people worldwide
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Wireless power system replaces batteries in implants | KurzweilAI

Wireless power system replaces batteries in implants | KurzweilAI | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Wireless power transmission to a device in the human heart. Red indicates greatest power; blue is least. (Credit: John Ho, Stanford Engineering) Stanford
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Disruptions: Wearing Your Computer on Your Sleeve

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Millions of people stroll through life staring into a mobile device, absorbed by their screens. Technology will solve this problem by creating wearable computers.
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Mind-Reading Decks

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Board of Imagination - The Board of Imagination is a skateboard controlled by the mind. Developed by organization Chaotic Moon Labs, the Board of Imagination is a skate...
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Why the Brainwave/Siri hack is a hoax, and why it’s important that you know. | InteraXon Blog

Why the Brainwave/Siri hack is a hoax, and why it’s important that you know. | InteraXon Blog | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
InteraXon is a thought controlled computing company that provides innovative solutions for new products and experiences using brain-computer interface technology.
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Paralyzed woman moves robotic arm with her thoughts

Paralyzed woman moves robotic arm with her thoughts | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Researchers reported the event Wednesday. It’s the latest advance in the race to restore movement and communication to people who have lost control of their muscles.
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Augmenting Humans

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h+ Magazine is a new publication that covers technological, scientific, and cultural trends that are changing human beings in fundamental ways.
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Vuzix - View the Future Today

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Vuzix is the leader in Video Eyewear and personal display devices for the mobile video, entertainment, defense and commercial markets. Augmented reality, AR
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Innovega Inc. - PRODUCT - HOW IT COMPARES

Innovega Inc. - PRODUCT - HOW IT COMPARES | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Our iOptik system changes how we see world and how we consume our media
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Will People Alive Today Have the Opportunity to Upload Their Consciousness to a New Robotic Body?

Will People Alive Today Have the Opportunity to Upload Their Consciousness to a New Robotic Body? | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
When Steve Jobs passed away last year, a joke bounced around--not that there was anything particularly funny about it--that the man who had done so much
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First mind-controlled leg prothesis | KurzweilAI

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BCI-RoGO system (credit: Long Beach Veterans Affairs Medical Center) Researchers at the Long Beach Veterans Affairs Medical Center in California have built
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HUD Google Glasses are real and they are coming soon

HUD Google Glasses are real and they are coming soon | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Terminator glasses We detailed the first information about the Google [x] Glasses project in December. They are in late prototype stages of wearable glasses that look similar to thick-rimmed glasse...
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Controlling neuroprosthetics with your mind | KurzweilAI

Controlling neuroprosthetics with your mind | KurzweilAI | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Neuroscientists have found that the brain is more flexible and trainable than previously thought, opening the door to development of thought-controlled
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Redesigning People: How Medtech Could Expand Beyond the Injured

Redesigning People: How Medtech Could Expand Beyond the Injured | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Radical human modification is coming, like it or not, by the end of this century -- if not earlier. How much are you willing to alter yourself?
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Going mental: Study highlights brain’s flexibility, gives hope for natural-feeling neuroprosthetics

Going mental: Study highlights brain’s flexibility, gives hope for natural-feeling neuroprosthetics | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Neuroscientists have shown that the same brain processes used to learn new motor skills, such as riding a bike or driving a car, are also necessary to master abstract skills, such as working out the next chess move, or controlling a robotic arm...
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Announcing the FLORA, Adafruit’s wearable electronics platform and accessories

Announcing the FLORA, Adafruit’s wearable electronics platform and accessories | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Today we’re announcing our new open-source wearable electronics platform and series of accessories.
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DARPA Invests In Megapixel Augmented-Reality Contact Lenses

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The augmented reality future we were long ago promised has been slow to come around, perhaps restrained most by the basic biology of our own eyes, which
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Claudia Mitchell - first woman to have a bionic arm - a prosthetic limb that she controls with her mind. - Imgur

Claudia Mitchell - first woman to have a bionic arm - a prosthetic limb that she controls with her mind. - Imgur | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Imgur is used to share photos with social networks and online communities, and has the funniest pictures from all over the Internet.
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A Carbon-Fiber Electrode for a Better Connection to the Brain | MIT Technology Review

A Carbon-Fiber Electrode for a Better Connection to the Brain | MIT Technology Review | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
An ultrathin electrode spun from a single carbon fiber can record neurons in living animals.
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At CES, a Preview of Tomorrow's Wearable Computers | MIT Technology Review

At CES, a Preview of Tomorrow's Wearable Computers | MIT Technology Review | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Eyeglasses that overlay data and imagery onto the real world will unlock new kinds of mobile computing.
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Why Reality Hasn't Gone Virtual: Google Goggles and the 'Headset Problem' | Product Design on GOOD

Why Reality Hasn't Gone Virtual: Google Goggles and the 'Headset Problem'   | Product Design on GOOD | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
One of the greatest forgotten Saturday Night Live sketches is called "Virtual Reality Books." In the faux-informercial, a spokesman dons a virtual reality headset and glove, while Phil Hartman narrates: "In an age of fiber optics and laser...
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Ozan Cakmakci optical engineer Google [x] Mountain view, CAlifornia

Ozan Cakmakci optical engineer Google [x] Mountain view, CAlifornia | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
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Advanced exoskeleton promises more independence for people with paraplegia | KurzweilAI

Advanced exoskeleton promises more independence for people with paraplegia | KurzweilAI | Here comes the Borg! | Scoop.it
Parker-Hannifin design concept for the commercial version of the exoskeleton (credit: Parker-Hannifin Corporation) A new powered exoskeleton that enables
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