Controlling computers with our minds may sound like science fiction, but one Australian company is doing just that. Daniel Long spoke to co-founder Nan Do about the inner workings of the Emotiv technology
Emotiv Systems co-founder and CEO Nam Do is an excitable type of guy. Easy-going and bubbling with energy, he's been doing the talk circuit for a while now, spruiking the wonders of the company's EPOC device - a device that's gained attention for its potential to let gamers control their PCs with their thoughts.
The Emotiv device has been garnering attention at trade shows and conferences for several years, and now the company says it is set to launch the Emotiv EPOC headset on December 21. The Emotiv site lists the price at US$299, and says the product will be available to US customers only.
So what exactly is Emotiv's vision for the groundbreaking device, and does it live up to the hype? With Nam Do in Sydney to present the first public Australian demonstration of Emotiv at the X-Media-Lab's Sydney "Global Media Cultures" event at the Sydney Opera House, we sat down with him to talk about the technology. (READ MORE)
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