This Brainwave-Activated Camera Automatically Records What Interests You
At the recent “Human Sensing 2013” conference in Japan, an iPhone-based camera system that is triggered and controlled by brainwaves was unveiled.
The “Neurocam” requires the user to strap on an iPhone in order to connect brainwave sensors to his/her head—these sensors would then measure the level of interest the user has about the things the user looks at based on his/her brain activity.
Measuring interest on a scale of 0 to 100, the Neurocam’s camera shutter will be triggered once it registers brainwaves that go above an interest level of 60.
Keeping a record of what truly interests its user, this hi-tech camera plays back imagery in the form of five-second GIF animations.
Watch the video below to see it in action.
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