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Startup to launch $199 brainwave computer controller in 2013

Interaxon's headset, called Muse, lets people use mind control to run their computers -- at least for some basic tasks like playing some games and bringing emotion to e-mail.

By Dec. 4, 2012


Muse brainwave-reading headband: Mind control for all

Your own personal "Minority Report" is a little closer to reality, thanks to the Muse brainwave-sensing headband.

By Oct. 24, 2012


Brains-on with Muse, Interaxon's mind control headset

Crave's Christopher MacManus tries a headset that supposedly reads wearers' mind to let them play interactive games or alter their mood.

By Jan. 16, 2013


Can this driving video game rejuvenate your brain?

Scientists find that a multitasking driving game called NeuroRacer makes the brains of octogenarians behave decades younger.

By Sep. 5, 2013


Brain-controlled games boarding planes soon?

Toronto-based Interaxon is working on a thought-controlled in-flight entertainment system that lets you keep your hands (and gadget stands) tucked away.

By Jul. 6, 2010


Want light? Just think about it

Technology from a Canadian company enables people to control objects using only their brain waves. Visitors to the upcoming Winter Olympics will be able to give it a try.

By Feb. 3, 2010