Hitachi working on mind-reading TV remote

06/22/2007 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Hitachi has developed a form of brain-machine interface using optical topography, a technology that sends infrared light through the brain's surface, mapping changes in blood flow that can then be translated into remote-control-style commands. Hitachi's scientists plan to leverage the technology to enable users to turn a TV on and off or change channels just by thinking.

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