Helmet That Reads User’s Mind


Start-up company Kernell has created a $50,000 helmet that can read its user’s mind! The helmet contains a nest of sensors and other electronic materials that help to measure and analyse blood flow and the brain’s electrical impulses at actual speeds. At present, the helmet is being used to study brain ageing, strokes, mental disorders and concussions. These helmets will also be used on people who suffer from diseases like Parkinson’s disease to understand how people try to relearn and cope with their condition.

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