Researchers funded by the NIH find a way to interpret brain signals so that subjects can effectively control computer programs. Images are successfully manipulated in software designed to study seizure activity in epileptic patients by certain parts of the brain that control visual cognition.
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What if we can touch and feel virtual 3D objects? Indeed, a new paradigm will be formed then. A paradigm that will catapult us to the next level of human computer interaction.
Get ready for that paradigm because touchable holograms are here. A research team from University of Tokyo is demonstrating a touchable holograph in siggraph2009.