Future of computer interaction: Brain control

The computer keyboard and TV remote control may be the ways we interact with our technology today, but new ideas are appearing all the time.

In the second of a series of reports for BBC Future and Click, Ian Hardy looks at how your eyes or even your brain can be used to control technology.

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