Mind Control Your Computer In C#

This coming Wednesday (22nd June 2011) and next Friday (1st July 2011) I will presenting a new session at VBUG Bristol and Fest '11 respectively:-

  • Mind Control Your Computer In C#
    No, really. This isn't some clever session title. I'm really talking about controlling your computer with your mind. I'm not making this stuff up. This is real. Today. You put on a headset, you use a C# SDK and you control your computer with your thoughts. Yes, you are reading this right - you mind control your computer. It is a reality and it is possible today. Once you've gotten over your disbelief consider the applications. Applications for the physically impaired alone are a whole revolution. Not to mention the possibilities for gaming. Want to be shocked and amazed ? Come and see this session.

This session uses the Emotiv EPOC neuroheadset to control a PC by thought. I am delighted that I live in a world where it is possible to do this and where it is within an individual's affordable price range.

Please note: for the record, this presentation is all about the Emotiv EPOC neuroheadset. I do not work for Emotiv, nor do I have any financial interest in this company or any of its associates. I present this subject solely because I am delighted that it is possible to do this.

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Posted on: Monday, June 20, 2011 at 11:55 AM
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