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    Think it, do it with Google Glass mind-reading app

    euronews (in English)

    by euronews (in English)

    A British start-up technology company is hoping to build on the popularity of Google’s smart glasses with a mind-reading app.

    The London-based firm, which is called This Place, will not make any money on its software right now as it is being offered for free, and open source so developers can modify it for other uses.

    Glass – a computer in a pair of specs – is normally controlled by voice commands or with a touchpad on one side of the frame, but through an add-on device the app is able to measure electrical activity in the brain and convert the signals into simple instructions like yes and no.