Neurocam is the worlds first wearable camera that reads your brainwaves and takes videos of what you are interested in.
According to Diginfo :
“The Neurocam arose from the neurowear project, which is involved with items that use brain-waves and bio-sensors, like necomimi, which works using brain-waves.
The algorithm for quantifying brain-waves was co-developed with Associate Professor Mitsukura at Keio University. In the future, the project team aims to create an emotional interface, which could link a range of devices and services to people’s individual thoughts and feelings.”
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“Right now, the iPhone’s camera is ready to record what’s in my line of sight through a prism. The iPhone shows what the camera has captured, so it feels as if it’s reading my mind. My brain-waves are analyzed by an iPhone app, which quantifies my level of interest on a scale from 0 to 100. If the level exceeds 60, the number turns red, and the camera starts to record automatically, producing a 5-second GIF animation.”
“We’re using the iPhone so that analysis and capture can be done with one device. But this is still a concept model. So, we think there are lots of possibilities, such as turning this into a wearable camera.”
Brain controlled wearable technologies like the Neurocam are just the beginning of a wearable revolution that is about to take over the technology and fashion world. In the near future our world will be filled with ubiquitous computing. Computers will be in everything. Our clothes our furniture, even in our food. Futurist Brian David Johnson from Intel says :
“We will be surrounded by computational power. So for average people, for average users and consumers, you will be living in a world where you are essentially living in a computer, where you are surrounded by intelligence.”
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