Chloe Kurtain
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Google Glass hack 'allows brainwave control'

Google Glass has been hacked so that it can be controlled by brainwaves.

By combining the smart glasses with an electroencephalography (EEG) headset, the software makes it possible to take a picture without moving a muscle.

London-based start-up This Place said the tech could be utilised in high-pressure hands-free situations - such as during surgery.

The firm's creative director Chloe Kirton demonstrated the kit to the BBC.

  • 10 Jul 2014
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