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Google Glass can now be controlled by your mind

MindDRD connects Google Glass with a device that monitors brain activity.
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MindDRD connects Google Glass with a device that monitors brain activity.

Google's infamous Glass product does many things. It takes photos, makes calls and gives directions. It has helped save lives, risks upending long-standing social norms, and occasionally gets its wearers (allegedly) assaulted. It's even been fodder for a Jon Stewart joke.

And now, soon you may be able to operate it with your mind

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A group in London called The Place has launched an app called MindRDR (get it?) that, when attached to a Glass via another headpiece, allows the user to take a snapshot of whatever the wearer is looking at--all by reading the wearer's brainwaves.

Techcrunch has a longer report on the company, and the app.

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