Google-glass type device to read your brain
Researchers from a university in the United States have developed a moveable system that measures a person’s brain activity.
The research was conducted in a college campus where one group of students was navigating wearing the Google-glass type device and the other using Google maps on a smartphone.
The study revealed that Google Glass users had more awareness and less mental activity as compared to the group navigating with Google maps.
However, it was observed that the Google glass users focused more of their attention to the wearable device than their surroundings.
The analysis provided opportunities for the researchers to understand how the brain is functioning in everyday lives before making the device available for public use.
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